Awww hells bananas.... ive already bought bushes for everything that can be bushed - in nolathane poly ...personally i wouldnt be fitting poly bushes. i would stick with toyota. they last for years and are more supple than the poly bushes.
Your world won't stop spinning that's for sure.Awww hells bananas.... ive already bought bushes for everything that can be bushed - in nolathane poly ...
Ill be adopting the position and lubing up on Monday for another call to Toyota.
If bolts were quoted at 460, I will expect an equally knee wobbling number for the bushes.
Have to say though, I agree on goong OEM... but I figured poly were longer lasting, but cheaper
Thats what these nolothane ones are, a sort of very dark blue/purple colour.Thanks CG, yep, brand name, the material used is Urethane and there's different grades.
The red so I am told, is as hard as hell, I have the blue ones which have some flex without being overly soft or hard.
They seem superior to normal rubber which perishes/cracks - time will tell ,
Any reason you are not replacing with standard genuine or Pedders rubber onesI'm planning on swapping all my original worn out bushings for the nolathane ones....
After all the advice and experience offered up in this thread, I'm already regretting the poly bushes purchase!Any reason you are not replacing with standard genuine or Pedders rubber ones
I fitted Polly Bushes many years ago and have now gone back to rubber, the Polly bushes were too stiff and I suspect were the cause of the cracks in the front axle radius arm mounts.
Ouuufff....!! That's harshPut anything that even resembles an aftermarket bush in your suspension here in Spain, and the yearly (or six monthly depending on vehicle and/or age) inspection is pretty much guaranteed to fail your car....unless you have an engineer's report......circa €250.00!
There are some very few and far exceptions though.