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Old 07-14-2004, 16:24   #1 (permalink)
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polly bush kits

can i order polly bush kits for something more common that will still fit my xy ute? (in uk) is it the same front end as some mustangs etc?
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Old 07-15-2004, 02:21   #2 (permalink)
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Re: polly bush kits

poly bushes are only good for track racing as they transfer a lot of harhness back to the driver. If its used on the street the only thing that should have poly are the radius rod bushes. Use the original rubbers everywhere else. If you are loking at a handling improvement mod then lowering the upper control arms 1 inch is a worthwhile modification.
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hi russ thanx for reply and sory in my delay getting back
its just if my rubbers are perished i would rather just change em once u know?
dont want anything to hard just better than std what it should i get as asing for a falconute from oz set up will get me running round in circles what else is the same?
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hey carpunk,, i run polly bushes throughout on my xy and it is quite harsh,,as russ said just run them in the caster bars for the road,,, iuse my car for circuit racing and my road cars use just caster polly bushes,

66 to 70 mustang should be the same

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marty thanx v much for advice when u say castor arms do u meen the forward facing tie bar things or what? sorry im just a dumb pomme
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Hey carpunk sorry for taking so long to post didnt have this set to email notify,,yep i meant the large bushes on the front of the bars that run from the lower control arm to the tie bar,,

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they are called radious rods
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Or yes radius rod bushes to be exact but i guess it depends were your from,,,you can make these cars handle real well but there is definatly a compromise in the ride comfort level :-))((

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