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Old 03-26-2010, 11:36 AM
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i'm not sure they're worth it. are your rubber ones inadequate or just broken?
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My rubber ones are as old as the car is (20 years old) and my exhaust has this funny habbit of hiting my rear lower tie bar. I think it would help keep this from happening. I don't think new rubber ones would do it...
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i should explain my response.

i have the urethane ones now. they dont offer any real extra support compared with new rubber hangers. they also sag over time. I like the rubber ones better.
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Originally Posted by y8s View Post
i should explain my response.

i have the urethane ones now. they dont offer any real extra support compared with new rubber hangers. they also sag over time. I like the rubber ones better.
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In reality, the only thing they offer is more busted knuckles trying to pull them off. If your exhaust hits the rear tie bar, it is due to poor fitment.
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You cant go wrong with the OEM hangers. They are cheap, easy to put on and take off, and they do the job just fine.
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All rite then, general consensus is this thread can be closed. Thanks for the input guys!
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