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Old 10-08-2003, 12:37 PM   #1
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Bushings for lowering springs

i ordered my lowering springs and i want to go a head and changs the insulator bushings while i have the springs off. Where can i go to get a good set of bushings that are a decents price?
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believe it or not I was at PEPBoys (dont tell anyone I went to PEP Boys) and they have a rather large display of Energy Suspension stuff.
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so does Autozone
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what bushings are you talking about? Our springs have no bushings that I know of....
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Isolation ring for the springs I was thinking of something different . you can get them from ford pretty cheap as well as any place you buy springs
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Polyeurathane ones you order are supposed to be better than the rubber Ford ones.
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well how much better My car handles like it is on rails and I have Ford rubber ones
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just remember, urethane will squeek, and it gets really annoying

but i think he was talking about the isolators too.
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well maybe he will chime in and tell us what he meant
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he's gotta mean the isolators.

ebay also has them.

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believe it or not I was at PEPBoys (dont tell anyone I went to PEP Boys) and they have a rather large display of Energy Suspension stuff.
how much were theirs and were they urethane or rubber?
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urethane and I am not sure of the cost
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