Ok all, finished replacing the Motor and Tranny Mounts and it made a huge overall difference. Thanks for all the suggestions.
With that project completed, I have decided to replace the A Arm Bushings. Any suggestions on which bushings or rebuilt A Arms i should use would be much appreciated.
Get it with the installation tool.
When installing the bushings should you use some kind of grease? If so what is best.
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Thanks, Brent for sharing the video. That one took at least a few hours off my life .
@http://www.914world.com/bbs2/index.php?showuser=17024 If you're getting new A-arms, get the ones with the drop link brackets already installed. If you have a front sway bar, you've already got em. If you don't, someday you may want to install one and you'll be glad you don't have to mess with adding the brackets.
I used these, no complaints.....
I'm working on this now, but I'm using stock bushings. They are pretty cheap, about $100 for a set of four. They are (of course) the correct durometer rubber, the difficulty is installation, which I'm working on a solution for that, but I don't know if it can be done without a press.
If anyone is interested, in late 2017 we released a "Heavy Duty" performance version of our Front Control Arm Bushings https://www.uroparts.com/uro/inventory/show/12667, which are about 30% more firm than the OEM rubber. These do require considerable heat (boiling water) and some kind of press arrangement to install, and are definitely not a slip-fit.
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