Suspension Bushing - Page 2
This is an example of a rear subframe bushing for an E46 chassis BMW. Presently there are limited choices when it comes to subframe bushings. This bushing addresses three problems.
- The subframe bushings can flex causing drastic changes to the alignment during hard cornering. Delrin has minimal flex and keeps the alignment where the factory intended.
- Increased contact surface area with the body. The factory bushings have a small area that contacts the body. It is well known, that the pickup points will pull out of the body due to the small amount of surface area the factory and aftermarket bushings provide. With an increase in surface contact, the load is more widely distributed thus a reduction in the occurrence in cracking of the body.
- The bushings are Grand-Am Cup legal as they are made out of Delrin (non metallic).
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