What is the best choice for rear control arm bushings on a 67 442?

Discussion in 'The "Pure" Stockers' started by GTX Joel, Aug 1, 2014.

  1. GTX Joel

    GTX Joel Well-Known Member

    It's time to replace the 47 year old control arm bushings on my 67 442. This car is mostly street, but occasionally hits the drag strip. Is there a high-durometer rubber bushing that is available for this that would work good? Or should I consider some type of poly, or make some up out of aluminum? I don't want squeaks. I don't mind greasing zerk fittings, but I don't want to have to dis-assemble them to grease them.
    Please shed the light of your experience upon me.:grin:
    Thanks, Joel

    Story of the car: http://www.bangshift.com/forum/foru...ting-woke-up-after-23-year-hibernation-update
  2. SmallHurst

    SmallHurst The Polyglas Pimp!


    I have the polygraphite bushings from PST in mine. They do translate quite a bit of info from the road, but they have worked well for me.
  3. GTX Joel

    GTX Joel Well-Known Member

    Thanks Rustolium! I'll check them out.

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