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Big Jack



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PostSubject: Correct poly bushings   Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:58 am

Hi guys,
I'm looking to buy a polyurethane control arm bushing kit for the front end of my 95 RMW.
Summit doesn't list one for my car.
I had a look at Energy Suspension's website and found the following:

Energy Suspension kit # 3.3113 (applications listed include 93-96 Cadillac Fleetwood & 80-92 Olds Custom Cruiser)

Energy Suspension kit # 3.3173 (applications listed include 91-96 Caprice & Impala, 91-96 Buick LeSabre)

Has anyone with an RMW used either of these? Which one is the correct one for my car? Does it depend on suspension RPO?

Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Correct poly bushings   Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:54 pm

They should both work.

Energy Suspension - 3.3113G both sides

Energy Suspension - 3.3113R both sides

Energy Suspension - 3.3167G just bushings with metal shell, one side

Energy Suspension - 3.3167R just bushings with metal shell, one side

Energy Suspension - 3.3173G both sides

Energy Suspension - 3.3173R both sides
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PostSubject: Re: Correct poly bushings   Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:52 pm

I can't remember where you live, but unless it's Vancouver/Vancouver Island, there is nowhere in Canada with roads in good enough condition to allow poly bushings. You will regret your decision.
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