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Old 02-08-2014, 09:01 PM   #1
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Hi all! I am in the middle of replacing all the bushings and coil spring seats for the front suspension of my '65 coupe. I am thinking of urethane bushings, what do you all think of urethane's? is there a budget front suspension upgrades while everything is apart?

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You'll get answers good and bad on this one.
Some guys love poly bushings, some hate 'em.

I have them 100% all way around and luv them. One of the best upgrades I ever did to my car.
Rides nice and tight, real smooth with no noise.





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You'll get answers good and bad on this one.
Some guys love poly bushings, some hate 'em.

I have them 100% all way around and luv them. One of the best upgrades I ever did to my car.
Rides nice and tight, real smooth with no noise.
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What did you do to keep the urethane quiete? how long have you have them on?
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What did you do to keep the urethane quiete? how long have you have them on?
Grease.

Going on about 20 years now.
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I decided to buy all new upper and lower control arms and came with ball joints. I just decided to go that route to make things a little easier. thank you for the help.
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