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So, i am having my UCA and LCAs along with my subframe blasted and powdercoated, and i want to replace all the body mount and control arm bushing. I was thinking of going to Global West Suspension or Energy Suspension for all the red polyurethane bushings, but i have read in other places that they can squeak over time, and that the black are impregnated with graphite and don't sqeak. Is this true? Which would be better for a street application? I also thought about the Del-A-Lum bushings they offer, but havent really heard much about those. Then what about the shafts, keep stock ones, buy new ones, and would the offset shafts be a good investment? Does the offset shaft offer enough addition camber adjustment to justify having/needing them? Just need your input guys, this is my first build so I'm learning as i go. I also plan to use the Energy Suspension insert for the frame mounts as well, if they are any good. Thanks.

TJ

http://www.globalwest.net/

http://energysuspension.com/index.htm
 
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