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urethane bushings question?

has anyone here done an entire urethane bushing kit on the gto? does prothane or energy make a complete kit for our car, or only pedders? do these kits replace every bushing or just most of them? i want to get all the stock rubber crap out and get rid of the "numb" feeling this car has!!!
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has anyone here done an entire urethane bushing kit on the gto? does prothane or energy make a complete kit for our car, or only pedders? do these kits replace every bushing or just most of them? i want to get all the stock rubber crap out and get rid of the "numb" feeling this car has!!!
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Urithane Bushings Make A World Of Difference But A Downfll To Them In Vibration And Road Noise. I Would Reccomend Getting Hardened Exhuast Hangers For The Ones You Guys Have Are Very Soft And You Exhuast Moves Alot Under High Revving Causing Some Unwanted Flex Throughout The System!!
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