My upper control arm bushings are fucked. Just curious if anyone has thought of using McMaster 60A urethane or something to that nature?
That would be negative camber.It's totally worth it. You also gain more positive caster. Cornering is lovely now.
@ UNISA JECS:
What's your source? I set up a groupbuy for Nissanclub.nl and NPOC.co.uk and 380 USD with shipping. Offcours thats even cheaper for us Euro-guys.
Well I have to report a little differently now that I bought some brand new Superpro bushings.Polyuerthane is not the answer for the UCA just as loren has pointed out and confirmed what we both suspected and thats that polyuerthane would be to soft.
Surprisingly the stock bushings are pretty damn firm believe it or not when they are new.
Im working on something as well for the UCA that will closely mimic the stock UCA bushing/bearing design but will eliminate the rubber part that is in the stock UCA bushing/bearing, mines will be made of Delrin and Alumium. I'll post pic soon.