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Old 04-22-2010, 06:20 PM   #1
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FRONT RADIUS ROD BUSH UPGRADE FROM EASY DIYer TO FULL RACE SETUP

FRONT RADIUS ROD BUSH UPGRADE FROM EASY DIYer TO FULL RACE SETUP


The Zeta II platform on the Camaro is outstanding. For those that want to enhance the front performance, we offer several upgrades to improving the performance of the front radius rod bushing.

EP6578 PEDDERS FRONT SNUBBERS FOR OE RADIUS ROD


This kit is seriously easy to install and requires very little dissassembly. It is the perfect job for a DIYer.

The best front radius rod upgrade involves pressing out the OE subframe bushing and pressing in our Pedders complete subframe bushing kit





The above picture shows the Pedders EP6577 properly installed and properly lubed


THIS PICTURE SHOWS YOU THE OE SNUBBER INSTALLED



THIS PICTURE SHOWS YOU THE OE SNUBBER PARTIALLY REMOVED


THIS PICTURE SHOWS YOU THE OE SNUBBER REMOVED



AS A NOTE, THE OE SNUBBER POPS OFF WITH A SCREWDRIVER!


THIS PICTURE SHOWS THE PEDDERS AND OE SNUBBERS



THIS PICTURE SHOWS THE PEDDERS SNUBBER INSTALLED

Again, the snubber offers the OE front radius rod bushing a huge amount of support and is a perfect job for the DIYer. A complete install manual will be available for this very soon.

If you have any question, just ask

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Old 05-03-2010, 09:32 PM   #2
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I will be doing a training manual install on these next week if anyone wantt so see the process.

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Old 08-25-2013, 11:39 AM   #3
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What are the benefits of this upgrade and how do I decide which one will work best for me?
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What are the benefits of this upgrade and how do I decide which one will work best for me?
the benefits are a tighter steering feel and more control in the front wheels

there are 4 levels of bushings the standard inserts, the hd inserts, the full bushing replacement and hd bushing replacement..
deciding on which is right for you i feel depends on several factors.
1 budget
2 use of your car
3 the want factor

the standard insert is easily the cheapest both part and labor as it goes up the levels the full bushings are more expensive and requires specialized tools to remove them such as a press

depending on how you drive. if you just tool around the and casually drive your camaro the standard insert will be a good upgrade

adding some power mods will have you driving the car harder and /or light track use hd inserts or full replacements are where you want to be

if you are on the track often then the hd inserts are right for you
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Thank you….I think the inserts will be a good upgrade for me.
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