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Old 04-03-2008, 11:20 PM
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Place for suspesion bushings

Where is a good place to get rubber bushings perferably adjustable. If I cant find any I guess I'll have to go with polyurathane its for a set of ladder bars. Thanks scott

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Old 04-04-2008, 11:08 AM
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I may be old and dumb but i do not believe i have ever heard of an "adjustable bushing" do you mean rod ends?? that is what we use on those..If so all the usual online culprits have them..

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I'm not sure I'd want rubber bushings in ladder bar ends, Im sure they're sleeved but they take a lot of abuse, on the other hand, I've never run ladder bars. IMHO, go with the poly if that's what you're referring to. In my 4-link car, I'd beat out rubber bushings very quickly!
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Rod ends Is what I meen. Heim joint are a ruff ride. Polyurethane are better only one ive seen are from art morrison and the front 2 is what im considered about need some thing stong might run heim joints up front. Scott
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cURRIE JONNY JOINT 40 BUCKS A PEICE BUT ARE GREASABLE WITCH i DONT SEE MUCH STONG IS WHAT IM GOING FOR.
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You don't think they'd be stong enuf, the ones witch you mention?
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The rod ends from art morrison stainless steel ones I think PG 63 in their catalog. Considering there is only one point on the front holding the ladder bars stronger is better. And I have heard regular heim joints are a bit rough riding. I'll probably run the Stainless steel ones out back and the Currie ones up front. Sound good Also curries johnny joint come with a greese fitting wich i dont see on the other ones.
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The Currie Johhny Joint is a fantastic piece! I had all poly and converted to half poly half Johnny Joints. My car has a 462 with globbs of torque and these joints keep everything in a manageable straight line.
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Yea I need some thing taht i know is going to be stronq on the front. After all its going to be a ladder bar set up. Scott
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finally getting back to it

Im getting back on the truck. Ladder bars will Ill get what I need when i get there Currie up front and poly on the axle end or maybe poly on the front to its gonna get driven so the smother the ride the better
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