Click on the below image to watch a YouTube video of stock Moog replacement
bushings. Watch how much they compress and stretch during normal driving
at slow speeds. This deflection results in the lower ball joint and
steering arm moving around while driving. This in turn alters the caster
and toe resulting in a twitchy car that wanders all over the road.
The fix used to be to install polyurethane bushings. This stopped the rod
compressing and stretching but didn't allow the rod to pivot at the frame when
the suspension cycles up and down. The result is stress on the rod right
at the threads which can eventually result in it snapping!
The fix is to install our Adjustable Strut Rods. Not only do they
eliminate the compression and stretching issues of the stock rod, they also
allow the suspension to cycle up and down freely. Oh, and the tube is left
hand and right had threaded to allow for easy caster adjustment.
Click on the below image to watch the same car AFTER installation of our
Adjustable Strut Rods. Notice how smooth the suspension cycles up and down
with no change in strut rod length. This results in a much more stable car
that drives straighter and won't dart all over the road under braking.