Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Gastonia, NC - Born & raised in Connecticut - 31 years
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If using the factory type rubber bushings, you want to have your car at riding height, ie, on the ground. The rubber acts as a torsion bar once it is tightened and locked into position with the ride height placing the rubber bushing in its "neutral" position.
This is not the case with the poly bushings as these rotate on the center shaft or outer shell of the bushing and is why some say they squeak or are noisey - and why some have grease fittings to minimize this.