I haven't found a poly that fits. I did look at having them made, but cost was pretty high vs stock. The stock busing are relatively cheap.
When you say side to side do you mean front to back as in sliding? Not exactly sure of how you mean that. That could be a matter of tightening or shimming. I believe Sunco can help you out with stock bushings. Also are you talking about the Teflon bushings at the mounting point or the bushings at the wheel assembly?
Post by suncomotorsports17 on Sept 21, 2018 13:12:49 GMT -5
Are you looking for just the Nylon Bushing pieces? We do have them in stock and they are cheap. Give me a call at 574-594-9000 or email me at email@example.com or visit the website www.suncomotorsports.com
So I am assuming you mean the bushing just behind the wheel. At the long bolts? If this is the area then it is at the wheel assembly. These bushings are metal/bronz. If they have worn that quick it may be the bolts that were responsible. Also check the bolt tightness at this point to see if it can correct some of the play. These nuts have been known to loosen and even fall off. I had this happen to me.
Check with sunco to see if these are replaceable. They are to thin the be replaced by a poly bushing. Also be certain the play is in the bushing. Not doubting what you are seeing, but this can be a sign of a wheel bearing going bad with the movement you described.
It you can provide a picture of the suspected bushing will clear all and aid in helping best.
Post by suncomotorsports17 on Sept 26, 2018 12:44:20 GMT -5
Technical Part Description (remember who makes them) COCKET CENTRING NYLON BUSHING. It's the white nylon and there is also a metal one (COCKET CENTRING BUSH) that goes between those. Not sure if he is ordering those or not. I have plenty of both currently in stock if anyone else needs them.
These are the ones where the Arm's connect to the frame.
Thanks Brad. What I was wondering if he were replacing those or the bronze style in the rear wheel assemblies. If the white nylon/Teflon are properly maintained and cleaned periodically they last pretty long. The proper grease can be important to.
These should be lubed only with a low speed grease which has different properties as say bearing grease in a tube for a gun.
Low speed grease will remain on and in the bushing better offering longer lubrication for these parts.