The poly bushings on the strut rods up front can cause the strut rods to bend if they ever bind up due to excessive suspension travel. They can also cause the holes in the frame that the strut rod mounts through to "wallow out" faster.amusick said:I herd that poly bushings where not good for something in the front end like the strut rod bushing. What do you think.
Ouch! $400 is a lot of money to pay for a process that's typically pretty easy. You can have a machine shop press in the bushings for you for around 1/10th (or less) of that cost and put everything back together yourself with readily available tools.amusick said:How hard is it to replace them on the front? Sould I pay the $400 in labor or is it easy? I do have the ability to turn a wrench but I dont have the tools to press bushings so... Sould I do it or pay for it.