1954 Series II Front Suspension - New Bushes

Rebuilding, adjusting, maintaining & alternatives
Hi all, time for polyurethane bushes I think, the rubbers have barely lasted 2000 miles!!!

https://youtu.be/m12udxY6ICY
Wyliecoyote
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I fitted polly to everything and it does improve things, but does squeak and creak after a while. Make sure it's lubed up with the appropriate grease, I will be once I've found out what it is :roll:
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I think it's silicone based grease that should be used, at least that's what I used on my MGB
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The product in the link above is silicon based and is produced by Superflex the poly bush manufacturer.
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Work continues on the front suspension bushes. Life really has a way of getting between us and our cars, right??

https://youtu.be/I1AirOJS8dY
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Now I've knocked off my wheel alignment, talk about a can of worms!!!

https://youtu.be/da6CToJ91QY
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