One of the most overlooked modifications for the aging S-chassis is replacing worn subframe bushings. A large amount of suspension dynamics is compromised when energy is transferred to the shifting subframe instead of being directed towards the dampers Replacing tired and old rubber bushings with these solid anodized aluminum bushings will result in better suspension feel and response that a driver yearns for. Raises subframe just under a half inch correcting suspension geometry on lowered vehicles.
Posted by Unknown on
Quality CNCed part. The tapered end makes it easy to get them started, they fit very very snug. The freezer trick helps, but they fit so tight I still had to take the subframe to have them pressed in with 8k to 10k lbs. Recommend to anyone looking to stiffen up and correct their rear suspension.
Functional to a T
Posted by Jesse Thomas on
These riser bushings are better than pbm and energy. No epoxy, grinding, etc. Just put them in and align the car!
Stance Subframe risers
Posted by Clayton A. on
These subframe risers are great! They have a slight taper to the body for easier installation and a snug fit when they are fully pressed in. There was no need for epoxy when I installed these. You can't go wrong with stance!