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 Post subject: whiteline bushes and sway bars
Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:17 am 
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Just wandering what Whiteline products were like and what the life of them are



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 Post subject: Re: whiteline bushes and sway bars
Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:49 pm 
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Might be worth a search as there's many threads on here where they are discussed. Heaps of people swear by them. I think the general consensus is that the Whiteline/Nolathane polyurethane bushes are not only much better than the stock rubber, but last much longer. Haven't used them personally though, but have done a bit of research on them.



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 Post subject: Re: whiteline bushes and sway bars
Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 3:59 pm 
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I have a Selby front sway bar...can't remember what size, but it is same as Whiteline (so I was told). It holds the front end well. Although I did change my whole suspension at the same time so that could also be the reason to awesome steering. Feels much more rigid that's for sure.



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 Post subject: Re: whiteline bushes and sway bars
Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:39 am 
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Hi All,

We are often active in forums and thought we might be able to help with this question about our products.
Whiteline bushings are of great quality and will out last the rubber especially with some "spirited driving" or even track work . You can view many customers thoughts on the sway bars and bushings or see them in action even on race cars through the facebook page.
We also have become that confident with ourt products after years of testing that we now offer a lifetime warranty with the only limitation that it is the lifetime you own the car. For alot of guys in this forum they have owned some of the cars for 20+ years and will probably own them another 20 so they will get the most benefit as we will replace any failure of the bushings for all those years.
You can view the policy here on the website and see how it works.
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