There seems to be growing interest in the poly bushings. In order for me to keep track of who wants bushings, please send me a message along with or in lieu of a reply to either this thread or the previous thread on this subject. If the threads grow much longer it will be easy to lose track of orders.

The bushings will be in either red or black. I don't think it makes much difference as they will be really hard to see as they will be largely hidden by the axle bracket. If you have a concourse car then of course, go for the black but if you don't mind red, please specify in your request. There was a limited supply of bushings available and with this ongoing covid-19 pandemic, I had to get what I could when I could.

I appreciate the interest expressed and look forward to figuring out how to make bushings for the diff upper control yoke and the front end lower control arms.  



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I just picked up the bushing sleeves from the machine shop. I took photos of both black and red as well as how they will be boxed for shipping. They are ready to go.

I made an error in the photos above, there is only one box of poly bushings per set as each poly box contains two bushings. I will be exchanging the too large boxes for smaller ones tomorrow. First shipments going out Monday. I have also listed them on ebay in the following ad...

As members on this site, you can contact seller and ask for black as opposed to red. I would recommend that you don't automatically pay the postage when ordering through ebay but contact me for a quote. I usually get a better rate.

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Thanks Russ. I will ship them out on Monday. Being on meds that suppress my immune system means that I need to limit my exposure to potential virus threats. I think I'll take orders through the week and ship on Mondays so that I am only going to the shipper one day a week. 



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