Might as well...

Ken Keith auditude at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 11:06:45 EST 2004

Doesn't rubber harden with age, and aren't those isolators supposed to
be a certain hardness to do their job?

By the way, is stuff like that vulcanized like tires are?


Bernie Benz b.benz at charter.net wrote:
I don't understand why anyone replaces static rubber isolators, such as sub
frame bushings.  Dynamic angular rotation bushings only if the rubber bond
is fractured, usually caused by tightening the anchor bolt at other than the
static ride height.


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