Ford Ranger & Ford F-Series Pickup
- Firm In The Center Yet Soft On The Outside
- Allows Flex And Pivot When Needed
The axle pivot bushing is a critical and often overlooked component in your suspension, and Energy Suspension provides superior alternatives to rubber bushings. These bushings are constructed from high performance polyurethane, providing stiffer and longer lasting performance than rubber bushings. The polyurethane axle pivot bushings provide provide a stiff center with flexible exteriors, providing flex when you need it and minimizing flex when you don't need it.
- Polyurethane construction out performs and outlasts rubber bushings
- Provides superior handling over rubber bushings
- Easy installation provides quick and simple upgrade
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