Re: [DML] Should there be rubber bushings at the bottom of the springs?
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Re: [DML] Should there be rubber bushings at the bottom of the springs?

The bushings at the top are mostly for NVH.  The rubber helps fit the top of the spring to the perch and to keep it from moving around as the spring flexes.  It also reduces the amount of noise passed into the frame by the suspension.


-------------- Original message from Farrar Hudkins <fhudkins@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> rgalichon wrote: 
> > Is it normal for the springs on a DeLorean to not have rubber bushings 
> > on the bottom? 
> Yes. 
> Reference: 
> Farrar Hudkins 
> #2613 

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