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energy susp. bushings

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by eg6sir, Aug 27, 2007.

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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    ok.. since i'm putting on my full coilover setup soon.. i was thinking about buying the Energy Susp. Hyper-flex kit.. the one that replaces all the bushings in the suspension.. how beneficial are these.. and which ones are the most important.. ??
     
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    very beneficial.

    lets see.... 3 on each rear control arm, one for each shock. you should get new trailing arm bushes as well, that would take care of the back.

    up front up have the upper and lower a-arm bushes and the 2 control arm bushes.

    they are all pretty important.
     
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    oh and the trailing arm bushes are NOT included with the kit.
     
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    i dont think i'll need the ones for the rear control arm since i'm gonna be using these..
    Buy Standard Rear Lower Control Arm ..

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    ok, so i saw these bastards can be a pain in the ass to swap out.. i think i'll sit on it for now, as its hotter than sin here and this could take up to 8-10 hrs to complete..
     
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    yeah lol if you dont have a hydraulic press you need a drill, torch and a hacksaw.
     
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    haha.. ok, thanks.. definitely passing on it for now..
     
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