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I think I've at least made up my mind on this front, since my bigger motor may help trash the part more, I don't want to consume hard to find NOS parts for lightsider cars. And i thnk the squeak of eurothane will annoy the heck out of me. I'm going to go with Chris Wright's advice, and give the aftermarket ones a try. Maybe by the time they wear out, I'll be willing to do the job myself, keeping the costs down. :)
thanks for all the help.
On Jun 23, 2006, at 10:44 PM, Jim Adney wrote:
On 23 Jun 2006 at 11:31, fess wrote:
Hunting down good used ones, or NOS [ and wondering if they're good?] is proving to be more trouble than I have time for, so I think I'm back to the eurothane vs. new replacements choice.
I have one pair (not a complete set of 4) NOS swing axle rear bushings. They have been in cool dry storage for 30+ years. They are in good condition. I have them because I bought 4 and couldn't get them all installed, so I only replaced 2.
I have one of each handedness.
I would have to think about what they are worth to me after all these years.
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