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YeaDave wrote:Literally lol. Amazon has good reviews. Know the yellow bushing, never paid attention to the name.
Soft will suggest the durometer is low.
I would be inclined to the softer durometer in Trinidad. Energy and prothane tend to be on the harder side. Prothane more forgiving than energy.
Supers are good but always seems to be expensive. White line are the performance oriented ones.
Is for a pick-upCD4Accord wrote:Recently used some of their controm arm bushings and sway bar bushings on a SJ forester. Build quality is good and fitment is also very good. Only thing, you NEED to use a lot of grease (i use superlube) to make sure it doesnt squeak, but you may still get a little bit of noise in applications with a lot of movement like sway bars.
It isn't loud, but it is noticeable, compared to whiteline (black) and prothane (black) which have given me no noise in the same application.
Give it a try man
NotedBig Z wrote:In my limited experience
Cradle bushings - spend the extra money and get the super pro
Sway bar bushings - avoid both super pro and siberian. OEM rubber is half the price and lasts just as long
Siberian dry rots after a few years.
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