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From: Daven Anderson
Date: January 05, 2001
My '60 Ply. wagon uses polyurethane bushings from P.S.T. that are cataloged for '62-65 B-body applications. To use them in a '57-61 car,the hole in the control arm that the bushing goes through must be cut .040" larger in diameter. The '62-65 B-body bushing is .040" larger in diameter but is otherwise the same (same length,same bolt).
The bushings will squeak a bit more,especially on cold mornings. Polyurethane bushings are not recommended for the LOWER control arms,use new rubber bushings for that application if needed.