Re: Polyurethane Control Arm Bushings - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
What do you think about putting one Poly on the lower rear part of the front a arm and then the rest rubber on the rest of the cars suspension. I've been doing lots of reading and I have heard that the polyurethane stuff does squeak but I've heard that's a good combination just putting that one polyurethane bushing on the rear of the lower a arm in the front and the rest is rubber as a good compromise. I live in Southwest Missouri by the way. So far the car is handling awesome I just haven't changed any of the rubber bushings so that is definitely next.
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