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Old 21st September 2017, 02:11 AM
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Location: Durango, Colorado
Year: 2005
Model: Forester XT - 2" Lift
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Originally Posted by Rally View Post
There are urethane bushes, and there are urethane bushes. Some are better than others. I have urethane bushes in almost every place in my Forester and I don't find it a problem. Conversely, I had another brand in my WRX which disintegrated in a short time. In the rear hub bush (the big one) I had 2 inches of movement in that one alone per side. Car was very sideways and until I saw what happened I could not figure out why.

What low range ratio are you getting in the dual range box?
The gearbox is 1.44 low.

The urethane bushings I put in are all Whiteline. It is quite noticeably harsher of a ride, even my friends mentioned the same as they've been in my car before and after the bushing install. I replaced all the bushings as I've been chasing this odd "rear end slight wig wag" issue for a couple years now. It's getting better the more stuff I replace, but feels as though the rear end is "lose" from the body. Hard to explain.
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