Polyurethane Bushes, Front and Possibly Rear Sway Bar

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Polyurethane Bushes, Front and Possibly Rear Sway Bar

Postby Rutzlet » Sat Oct 29, 2016 4:41 pm

Hello,

I have a 2007 3.0R-B. It's done 250,000K's and I'm really interested in stiffening up the suspension and giving the car better traction with less roll.

I bought the car 2nd hand at 108,000, but I've noticed over the 5 years of ownership the car has never been particularly flat/directional in its steering when powering into bends.

I'm from Melbourne and I'd be interested in new bushes as the car is pretty creaky over speed bumps, and something like sway bars to straighten and flatten out my ride.

I'm lookin' for some of that no nonsense service, someone in Melbourne who can give me a quote for a reasonable price, and who does good work. Can anyone sort me out?

Cheers, Adam.
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Re: Polyurethane Bushes, Front and Possibly Rear Sway Bar

Postby Cougz » Sun Nov 06, 2016 10:13 am

If you're still on the original shocks and springs then you would be better off replacing them with coilovers (check out the shockworks thread). You'd probably still need to replace the bushes etc if they are worn out.
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Re: Polyurethane Bushes, Front and Possibly Rear Sway Bar

Postby Jake.h71 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 10:39 am

Hey mate,

Just wondering how you went?

Cheers
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