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Nissan traction bars

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Nissan traction bars

Post by GT50 » Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:55 am

My Nissan D22 year 2000, the rear rubber bushings wear out very quick it has been this way since new. My idea was to put traction bars I have seen the ones that have rubber bushings in the front as you brake or accelerate the car it will compress the rubber bushings there are two, hope that l made myself understandable. Has anyone tried this? Putting nylon bushings the pick up gets to be very hard. This is a everyday car.

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Re: Nissan traction bars

Post by GT50 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 7:09 am

Does anybody knows of any kind of traction bars for this pick up?

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Re: Nissan traction bars

Post by Kevin Johnson » Fri Jul 31, 2020 9:30 pm

It seems like this company is aware of the general issue. Have you ever contacted them?

https://superpro.com.au/find/superpro-s ... -999500318

Also, if the bushings that you have tried in the past are too hard, you might look into purchasing material with a lower durometer rating and have custom bushings turned on a lathe. Superpro may be able to accomplish this easily?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shore_durometer

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