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Priest of the Car Gods
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theyre better for performance, they stiffen everything up and dont allow for much play in the bushing area.

Ideally for a street car you want poly in one side and a spherical bushing on the other (the debate is still on as to which side you want the spherical on, hahaha).

Poly in both sides is better than rubber in terms of resistance to deflection, but it also exacerbates the problem with the stock Mustang 4-link, namely being bind.

That being said, I would leave stick with what you've got unless you're chasing lateral g's.
 

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Ideally for a street car you want poly in one side and a spherical bushing on the other (the debate is still on as to which side you want the spherical on, hahaha).."


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