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Thread: using uretheane front suspension parts

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
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    using uretheane front suspension parts

    would like to know pros and cons about using uretheane (with added graphitE) BALL JOINTS AND UPPER AND LOWER CONTROL ARM BUSHINGS IN MY VEGA HEARD SO MANY BAD STORIES ABOUT THIS PRODUSCT THAT I AM AFRAID TO CONSIDER USINT THESE. THE VEGA PARTS ARE ALMOST NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND AND WAY TOO EXPENSIVE. ANYINFO APPRECIATED CHEVY ART

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    If it's drag car only, you would be better off useing solid alum or steel bushing, they rotate a lot more freely.

    JMO

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    X2 on what Zipper said.

    I know a guy that put them in his car,and after he did it you could grab the front end and pull it way up in the air and let go...it wouldn't drop very fast...like they were too tight.

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    uretheane front end bushings

    thanks guys its a street car and will only see the track once in a while chevy art

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