Looks good! Because I also have to renew the front suspension. Whats the best (and save) way to get the spring out?
Removal of the shock, then support the lower control arm with a jack. Then remove the lower contol arm from the knuckle and lower it with the jack?
Alright, new stuff from Speedway.
2nd day air was cheaper than slow boat, surprise! Still 71.58$ to ship HI though, ouch.
Forget that cracked arm POS, now we got shiny new with urethane.
If these bushings get all squeaky I will swap them for the high durometer rubber in kit I bought first.
These are pre lubed ~ for your pleasure.
Will still be using sway bar, rack mount, and strut rod high D. rubber from kit.
Kit did not come with lower control arms as pictured.
The Durometer Ratings of the rubber compounds in the bushings provided in this kit are between 67 and 74.
Polygraphite / polyurethane rates at 85 - 90 Durometer.
This places our rubber compound as a strong contender for up to date performance while retaining the subtle ride and no-squeak suspension that rubber offers.
We understand that many people do not wish to do a poly bushing upgrade for one of a few different reasons.
For all of you , here is the solution to your problem.
-------------------------- Well just have to see how it works out.
As soon as school and work are over.......