Replace Worn Or Damaged Bushings. Worn and degraded bushings, while an annoyance, are a common occurrence on the Jeep YJ platform. After decades of service and countless miles spent both on and off the road, performance is gradually lost as components wear, clunks and pops get louder, and the steering wheel just doesn't seem to stay as straight as it used to. When the time comes to tackle replacement bushings, don’t opt for the same, failure-prone OE-style bushings. Instead treat yourself and your YJ to a set of high-quality, high-performance polyurethane replacements.
Improved Performance. While most replacement bushings are not a performance upgrade, the same cannot be said for polyurethane bushings. In leaf spring applications, rubber simply flexes and deflects too much, minimizing travel, causing binding, and absorbing much of the movement that should be confined to your Jeep’s suspension. On the other hand, polyurethane bushings are firm and rigid, allowing your Jeep’s suspension to perform as intended and reach its full range of motion. Additionally, the stiffness of these bushings drastically minimizes deflection, making for a firm and sporty yet comfortable ride.
High-Density Polyurethane Construction. Unlike the traditional rubber used in automotive bushings, polyurethane is extremely wear resistant. Being firmer than traditional rubber, they do not flex, deflect, sag, or degrade at nearly the same rate, guaranteeing a vastly superior duration of service. Additionally, polyurethane bushings are highly resistant to extreme temperatures, atmospheric conditions, oil, and chemicals.
Warranty. Backed by a 7-Year, 750,000-Mile manufacturer warranty, you can rest assured knowing that if anything out of the ordinary occurs, you’ll be covered; finish and normal wear do not apply.
Application. These bushings fit the 1987-1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ’s front or rear leaf springs equipped with aftermarket shackles.
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