I have a bent Lower Control Arm. I have a replacement. I want polyurethane bushings. Is it available? Is it wise? While I'm there, Will gen2 UCA's give me any better droop? I cut my UCA snubbers by half. I'm considering wacky things like casting my own polyurethane bushings.
-------------------- 87 Dodge Raider 5sp 2.6l
OME Dakar leaf springs (2" lift), T-bar crank (2" lift)
OBA (Denso AC compressor)
AR 8x15s, Baja Claws 33x12.5
SNOW-REMOVAL: Toyota steelies, Wintermark(?) 235/75/15 M/S,
6' old CJ snow plow, 2" hitch rcvr, snowblower platform, shovel/snowboard racks!
On the lower bushing's, Ive looked and could not find poly's for them. The Gen II arms have them available from a company out of Australia (Super Pro). There is a rep for them in the states that I dealt with called Outback Technologies. The uppers arms where nice cause the ball joints bolt in and even nicer since bushings are available for them now.
-------------------- Beast: 90 Montero Lwb V6 Base, F&R LSD, Gen II Rear Coils,Front Rotors & Calipers, Load Adjusting Front Shocks, RS70081 coil spacers, Superwinch Hubs, Toyota Alloy Rims, Dual bouncy's.
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