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I've been looking into replacing all the old rubber bushings on my truck and looked at the polyurethane bushing kits from Energy suspension. I was wondering If anyone here has had any experience with there products and would you recommend it.

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Jim :scuffy
 

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Coat them with a silicone lubricant and will stay squeak free. I've never had a squeak from them. If I am working on suspension and I can up grade always do.
Some of the parts usually come with silicone lubricant also makes things slide together better. LOL.
 

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I put them on my Ex and used Molly Coat paste on them and have had no squeaks that I could hear but they do transfer road noise a tiny bit more to the inside than OEM rubber. Made my sloppy Ex handle a tiny bit better also. Getting the old rubber ones out was not fun.


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I got the sway bar and end end link bushing from them. I like them, like letitsno said lube them all up before you install them and they wont squeak. I think I used all purpose grease or high temp grease. I dont think it matters just get some on.
 

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Mine have been great. Just put on the lube that comes with them.

 

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I did my Blazer from body mounts to springs used the silicone grease I even bought more
( plumbing section sells it ) a year or so later and you can hear squeaks from the sway bar bushings

I should have went with rubber it lasted fine the first go round \


I just did My 06 F250 sway bar bushings at 100k miles ( side damage from trac bar misalignment and they were fine wear wise so I was glad I used OEM again
 
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