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Anti-rollbars for your Altezza

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Re: Anti-rollbars for your Altezza

Postby E910 » Thu Dec 16, 2010 3:45 am

raffo wrote:Got my front and rear bushings from PRI Racing Ltd - http://www.priracing.com/section.php/29 ... 00---is300
Perfect fit and should last a decent while too as they're polyurethane instead of rubber.

Rubber last longer than polyurethane as it's softer. Polyurethane cracks & falls apart after a while especially on heavier vehicles. You'd be better of getting some TRD rubber bushes from Nick.

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Re: Anti-rollbars for your Altezza

Postby raffo » Thu Dec 16, 2010 7:51 pm

E910 wrote:
raffo wrote:Got my front and rear bushings from PRI Racing Ltd - http://www.priracing.com/section.php/29 ... 00---is300
Perfect fit and should last a decent while too as they're polyurethane instead of rubber.

Rubber last longer than polyurethane as it's softer. Polyurethane cracks & falls apart after a while especially on heavier vehicles. You'd be better of getting some TRD rubber bushes from Nick.



rubber is softer yes, but the extra flexing it does reduces it's functionality over time. Regular greasing of the poly's should see them stay right for longer.................apparently (hopefully)

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Re: Anti-rollbars for your Altezza

Postby john85cw » Fri Jul 24, 2015 12:28 am

Anyone know whats better white trd sportivo arbs or trd blue ones


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