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1 subframe bush on 29th July 2015, 2:46 pm

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2 Re: subframe bush on 29th July 2015, 2:53 pm

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i have heard they are really hard for a road car but nice for track

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3 Re: subframe bush on 5th August 2015, 11:18 am

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Depends what the car is being used for, but it more road than track I wouldn't personally go for solid bushes, poly ones stiffen the ride up enough and you feel every bump think these would be ridiculous

4 Re: subframe bush on 7th August 2015, 11:05 am

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Get standard bushes, tried poly. Came off after one test drive (pita dropping that sub twice!).
As above, I imagine if it was a track car where you don't care about harshness then go for it.

Standard bushes work fine for me, couple of poly in the more needed places to stiffen up is perfect.

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5 Re: subframe bush on 7th August 2015, 11:26 am

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@FPSChris wrote:

Standard bushes work fine for me, couple of poly in the more needed places to stiffen up is perfect.



Lol that sounds funny ........ Sorry

6 Re: subframe bush on 7th August 2015, 2:21 pm

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Thats just your dirty mind indy Laughing


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7 Re: subframe bush on 7th August 2015, 3:42 pm

Mr B

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@FPSChris wrote:Get standard bushes, tried poly. Came off after one test drive (pita dropping that sub twice!).
As above, I imagine if it was a track car where you don't care about harshness then go for it.

Standard bushes work fine for me, couple of poly in the more needed places to stiffen up is perfect.

what brand poly subframe bushes you try ?
I've use superpro subframe ones & worked fine.
when i tried sourcing subframe bushes nissan ones where no longer available ...
certainly wouldn't use solid mounts unless a very specific track built car.

8 Re: subframe bush on 10th August 2015, 10:30 am

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As the rest of my car is polybushed and running on 18s it was too much.
I got stocks from local motorfactors, felt loads better.

I was going to get the superpro ones, heard they had a little more squish in them but I'm ok with what I got now.

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