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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Hi Keith
I've seen the things online you mentioned. The grease fittings and channels in the bushings seem like a very good idea.

When enlarging a low rez image of some universal poly sway bar bushings the split for installing them was on the side like the oem front ones and not the bottom like the origonal rear ones. That seems better since the loads are mostly on the top and bottom of the bushing.

It may be hard to squeeze poly bushings into the bushing mounts on the front control arms and if you did get them in there it would probably be difficult to push the end of a greased sway bar through it so you may be right that softer rubber bushings need to stay there.
Might be worth a try though... I just don't feel like spending alot of money on adjustable sway bar kits.
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