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Anyone have any experience with these swaybar bushings and are they stiffer or softer than stock??

I used the Moog bushings on mine (part# K90540) and I cant tell them from OEM. car is steady, no leans... I would use them again

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Anyone have any experience with these swaybar bushings and are they stiffer or softer than stock??

I used the Moog bushings on mine (part# K90540) and I cant tell them from OEM. car is steady, no leans... I would use them again

Thanks for the reply!. Glad you are happy with them . Since Daizen are now unavailable at least to me I will use the Moog fronts as you have done and use the Energy Suspension urethane rear bushings to tighten up that spindly little rear swaybar my 1997 has.

You said "no leans" I thought they all leaned to some extent.

Thanks

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Anyone have any experience with these swaybar bushings and are they stiffer or softer than stock??

I used the Moog bushings on mine (part# K90540) and I cant tell them from OEM. car is steady, no leans... I would use them again

Thanks for the reply!. Glad you are happy with them . Since Daizen are now unavailable at least to me I will use the Moog fronts as you have done and use the Energy Suspension urethane rear bushings to tighten up that spindly little rear swaybar my 1997 has.

You said "no leans" I thought they all leaned to some extent.

Thanks

I meant no EXCESSIVE leans.... and my 97 has 247K on it.

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Anyone have any experience with these swaybar bushings and are they stiffer or softer than stock??

I used the Moog bushings on mine (part# K90540) and I cant tell them from OEM. car is steady, no leans... I would use them again

Thanks for the reply!. Glad you are happy with them . Since Daizen are now unavailable at least to me I will use the Moog fronts as you have done and use the Energy Suspension urethane rear bushings to tighten up that spindly little rear swaybar my 1997 has.

You said "no leans" I thought they all leaned to some extent.

Thanks

I meant no EXCESSIVE leans.... and my 97 has 247K on it.

I see,,thanks for the info. I'm going to order some.

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