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Old 09-24-2006, 02:54 PM
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66 chevelle rear bushings

What are the best bushings to buy. The car is used mostly on the street , once in a while at the strip.Where's the best place to buy.thanks

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Polyurethane really can be the better choice over OE rubber replacement bushings. You may think with Urethane costing more then rubber, the rubber is the better choice here. I can tell you rubber can deriorate over time without even being used. I've got a couple of A-arms I had new rubber bushings pressed into so years ago that dissolved just from setting. The A-arms were never put back into service. And I know of other's who've testified to the same.

If you lube Urethane bushings when you re-assemble you can relieve the nasty squeaks people say they get with Urethane.
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I would recommend urethane ... the rubber bushings will dry up and crack before you know it.
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