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here it is, its cold as fuck, literally, cold as fuck... and my fucking polyurethane lca bushings are starting to squeak, does anyone have any recommendations for what lube to use to lower the squeaking. please keep bullshit comments to a minimum
 

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Daystar Lubrathane Poly Lube is specially formulated with Teflon and designed to lubricate, insulate and penetrate. When applied during installation, it creates a durable, protective film between the urethane and the metal components. Lubrathane is waterproof and corrosion resistant and will not attract dirt or sand.
http://www.rockymountainsusp.com/polyurethane_bushings.htm
 

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Daystar Lubrathane Poly Lube is specially formulated with Teflon and designed to lubricate, insulate and penetrate. When applied during installation, it creates a durable, protective film between the urethane and the metal components. Lubrathane is waterproof and corrosion resistant and will not attract dirt or sand.
http://www.rockymountainsusp.com/polyurethane_bushings.htm
who wrote this advertisement? if i were you id just spray wd-40 on em so you wouldnt have to even jack up the car :bowrofl:
 

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WD40 is bad for poly, its petroleum based, and will make the problem worse, wd40, as a general rule, sucks for automotive uses, at least anything long term
 

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WD40 is the devil when it comes to Poly....
 
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