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Can someone recommend some good bushings to replace my worn out one.
Right now its only the passenger side one that rattling , I figure I should replace them both. Any advise would be helpful.
 

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i got aftermarket ones that are the prothane my mechanic suggested which have grease fittings on them so every time i change the oil pop a lil grease in there and no rattle anymore
 

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Powell Control Arm bushings are the best on the market,not all that expensive either.

powellraceshop.com

NO ONE KNOWS THESE CARS BETTER THAN THE ALL MIGHTY JON POWELL
I went to Powells web site and didnt find them.
Any idea where I can get them at?
 

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Ill get ya the info.Hes also the guy that built the time attack Cobalt for GM.

[email protected]

Just tell him the specs of your car and what you want :)

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On my car I have Powell Rotated mounts,Powell Rack spacers,Powell Hardcore bar and Powell Harness bar.Dont have the cash yet for the CABS

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Oh yeah,tell him Superbrowndude sent ya :)
 

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Anything polyurethane won't last as long as the stock rubber bushings. Some people on css.net have them wearing out after a year. But if you plan on racing, they are firmer so that's an advantage.
 

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I've heard a lot of bad things about the poly bushings as well. Just get stock replacements or spherical ones like willbeck recommends. The thing to remember is that with Spherical bushings you'll need to grease them every so often to prevent wear.
 

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I've heard a lot of bad things about the poly bushings as well. Just get stock replacements or spherical ones like willbeck recommends. The thing to remember is that with Spherical bushings you'll need to grease them every so often to prevent wear.
The ones from Powell are sealed. No need for that.
 
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