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  • A arm bushings

    Does any on make them in polyurethane
    Mark Riesch
    New Bern, NC

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    Originally posted by TXmark View Post
    Does any on make them in polyurethane
    I don't believe so but Chuck Collins (studebakerparts.com) sells them in Delrin. $125/set and I believe you have to reuse your old steel sleeves.

    good luck

    nate
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    55 Commander Starlight
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    • #3
      Try the "search" function. Many previous discussions.

      jack vines
      PackardV8

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      • #4
        A company in Australia did up until recently when it was purchased by a another firm - They dropped Stude' apps due to low usage (read: not profitable).
        Other discussions as noted above.
        Paul K

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        • #5
          Chuck Collins as Nate stated has the Derin ones, you do NOT have to use the steel sleeves. They come drilled and tapped for zerk fittings. They (in my opinion) do not make the ride any harder. The R-3 front end with the solid bushings are pretty much the same as my "prototype" (for the R-3 set up) 52 Commander.

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