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Old 06-01-2018, 05:37 PM   #1  
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polyurethane bushings 7th gen

I have been doing some research but not coming up with much on the 7th gen. I am at 95k miles and things are getting loose and clunky. I was looking into poly bushings but I don't see that anyone has done it or at least posted about it for the 7th gen.

I used them on my '91 240sx and loved them.

There are no kits available for it on energy suspensions site but they do have the part finder if I know the sizes. I would hate to pull the parts and measure everything only to find that they don't have much.

Anyway, thanks for any help you might have. I know, new OEM rubber will be better than what I have now but poly would be a nice upgrade.
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