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I'm not sure if I am getting my information confused but I thought I read somewhere that running the rear camber/toe brackets like these and replacing the rear control arm bushings with poly causes an issue with the bushing binding or something. Is that true? The SR has proved to be too much powa for the 48 year old control arm bushings :P



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Ah ha! Found where that reference came from..

These adjusters are designed to be used with the original style rubber control arm bushings or mono-ball bushing replacements. If used with polyurethane bushings, any camber-toe adjustment from stock position will cause the bushings to bind.



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TEP makes cross member poly bushings and all kinds of other suspension poly bushings. I particularly like there t-c rod bushing design. I have a set of these to put on after my delrin/aluminum ones give up the ghost




never liked using any hard bushings on the mustache bar, like to let it have some compliance, all the torque is handled through the cross member.

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