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Hey Clarky, and anyone else who has installed the poly bushes...

How is the NVH? Is there an appreciable increase in noise and vibration from them? I don't need them yet but every time I look at that front diff I think that it's a job I only want to do once!

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Hey Clarky, and anyone else who has installed the poly bushes...

How is the NVH? Is there an appreciable increase in noise and vibration from them? I don't need them yet but every time I look at that front diff I think that it's a job I only want to do once!

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Short answer is yes you do notice an increase in NVH.
It felt different when first installed but now its normal to me.
Personally I prefer it, you feel more connected to the road and less isolated from what the suspension is doing.

My wife rarely drives the Jeep but she says it feels the same as it always did
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Yes at first I noticed a little more NVH with the Jeeperf bushes and it felt a bit different, but not after a week of driving. It is much better than having the front diff flopping about though and I don't want to do it again either!

I’m getting more noise from one or more of my CVs at the moment… I should just leave the mud terrains on then I don’t hear or feel any of the little noises!
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I have had the superpro bushes for a few years now nearly done 100k and they still look great.
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