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Old 12-10-2013, 03:57 PM   #1
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Subframe mounting

Gotta get new bushings and bolts to mount my subframe back up to the body, and I see they make the standard rubber and poly ones. My question is for those people that replaced theres. Which ones are better and from who?
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Old 12-10-2013, 05:13 PM   #2
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Re: Subframe mounting

Provide info on year of vehicle and model. Appears to be a 1st or 2nd Gen.
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Re: Subframe mounting

1st gen 69
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Re: Subframe mounting

As you've probably noticed, there are not many 1st Gen owners on the site. At this point I'd guess that 80-90% of the regulars are 4th Gen. Hopefully you will get lucky and get a response.
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Re: Subframe mounting

You seem to be right about that, not much traffic on this site at all. This is my third post and not any to very little response.
I seem to be wasting my time.
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Re: Subframe mounting

Rubber has better compliance, rides better and quieter. Poly will be stiffer, the "performance" mod, they may squeak, and will likely ride harsher. Depends on your final use.
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