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Old 12-24-2003, 10:15 AM
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Has anyone here ever heard of or dealt with PST(Performance Suspension Technology) and their polygraphite performance front end kits?

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Old 12-24-2003, 02:41 PM
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I had a friend that used them on his Cutlass (I believe it was a 69 or 70). I rode in it before and after, and it made a huge difference, and took out a lot of slop. I've never seen any others, so that's all the experience I have on it....HTH...
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Check out This Link on another board for a discussion of PST's parts and service.

The Cliff's Notes are that basically PST is a front for Kanter Auto/Packard Industries, and there stuff comes from Energy Suspension, as does most of the good quality (i.e. not foriegn made) poly bushings. All of them are graphite impregnated but PST holds a copyright on the "polygraphite" lingo and therefore noboby else can use the terminology.
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Old 12-25-2003, 10:17 AM
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A friend of mine put them on his 69 Camaro. It really improved the ride. Very tight. Reminded me of my old high school girlfriend.
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Go to the company reviews section,very helpful. I used performance suspension components,Energy suspension graphite impregnated bushings very satisfied. my 2 cents
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