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Thread: The Rancho D2 bushing for the control arm and track bar 3 year torture test review!

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    Cool The Rancho D2 bushing for the control arm and track bar 3 year torture test review!

    For the last three years we have been testing our D2 bushings in Moab Utah on rental Jeeps, and from coast to coast on trails like the Rubicon, Rausch Creek and other trails along the way. The toughest testing out there. The results? A bushing that absorbs up some of the toughest trails out there, and a great ride on the road. This high articulation bushing is maintenance free and rebuildable. Simply put they work!!!
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    That looks pretty cool. Thanks for sharing.
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    Nice job on developing those!


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    Those look great! Might have to look into those eventually!


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    Very cool.


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    Nice job, thanks for sharing. I actually returned a one of the Rancho equipped Jeeps while in Moab couple years ago.


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    Well done, three years of testing is a long time


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    Well done. Do they need to be installed in a neutral position?


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    Hopefully next purchase

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