Bud Osbourne wrote:
> I guess using the best rubber bushings available would be just fine.
> However, I think that, in view of the origin & quality of today's
> replacement rubber, it would be a good idea to replace them on something
> like a semi-annual basis.
My first 67 Sprite needed new trunnion bushings in 1972, so the
originals lasted 5 years. I failed inspection due to them.
I have bought plenty of new bushings over the years and the rubber ones
last about 5 years. Same as the originals. In fact I do believe the ones
I get from a lister are the original brand. Metalestic
Now I do not nor have I ever bought moss rubber so YMMV.
Toms River, NJ
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