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Quickor Polyurethane Bushings

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One of our top-quality Bushing kits.

In our quest for Ultimate Performance Handling, Quickor found that one of the weakest links in factory suspensions were the bushings. The manufacturers use soft rubber. We have found that polyurethane works best for suspension bushings.

Polyurethane, unlike rubber, will not deteriorate even after years of constant use. Replacement? UN-NECESSARY!

A one-time investment in polyurethane will provide strength and agility to your suspension for many years to come. You'll LOVE the improved handling!

Now, you may be thinking to yourself, "Why should I buy Quickor polyurethane bushings?". Well, simply put, we have been using polyurethane to make our bushings since 1974, and after 30 years of doing so, we have it down to a perfected science. For the longer explanation, see our article, "The Wrong Way to Make Polyurethane Bushings"

Key Benefits

bulletPolyurethane bushings provide less friction between the anti-sway bar and themselves, allowing the bar to move more freely and smoothly  
bulletBecause polyurethane compresses very little with suspension input, roll stiffness increases and suspension components react more quickly
bulletPolyurethane will last for many years to come

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Last updated: September 16, 2007