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    Flo flex bushes

    Hi has any used flo flex poly bushes as they are quite a bit cheaper than all the other poly bushes

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    Yep, used them for my arbs. Polyurethane is polyurethane at the end of the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by superkarl View Post
    Yep, used them for my arbs. Polyurethane is polyurethane at the end of the day
    While this is true, It does come in "shore" rigidity,, powerflex is typically 68, you can go a lot firmer or softer..

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    Cheers for the info, will get them ordered up

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    Yeah driftworks poly bushes are softer than powerflex poly bushes.

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    Flo flex bushes

    I have just fitted some to my R32 rear ARB and inner tie bar bushes.
    Too early to give a review yet though.
    Although quality seems good (or I wouldn't of fitted them.)

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    Just found out that flo flex bushes are shore 80 a, so would they be harder than the power flex? Cheers

 

 

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