I agree, was tring to attach a site to them. my self will be going with the pedders x-member bushings and a cradle alignment at the same time since the bolts tty bolts (one time use) torque to yeild 90. for the set.BillyGoatGruff said:Cross member bushings, Koni's, and a Harrop rear cover has done it for me.
thats what I was thinking, also have the 0 drop springs. they are great. they did lift the car about 1 1/2" but my springs were pretty weak ( only 6400mi). If your trying to stay around the same hight, you mite look into the 1/2" drop ones. seen a set instaled on a car that was running 275 on the back and still didn't rub. mite do my bushings this weekend. trying to locate a diff cover to.Unknown said:I have drag bags and just installed some rear crossmemeber bushings. The bushings did more then the drag bags did IMO. No wheel hop yet and the car seems to launch better as well. No rubbing or anything as with only the bushings. I'm taking the drag bags out for good and just going with some 0 drop 50% stiffer Pedders springs and the bushings.
Don't get me wrong the drag bags are a good cheap fix as well, though bushings/springs are a better way to go if you got the money IMO.
holmesstar said:The x-member bushings did jack for my wheelhop, so take it for what it's worth. I have a diff insert waiting to go in, and will eventually be doing 0 drop springs and some struts.