BMR Differential Bushing Kit 2005-2014

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BMR Differential Bushing Kit 2005-2014
BMR Differential Bushing Kit 2005-2014 BMR Differential Bushing Kit 2005-2014

Product Description

BMR differiential bushing kit to fit all 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 Mustangs with a 8.8" rear.

In the 2005-2014 Mustang, two bushings are responsible for handling the same torque load that 4 bushings had done before. 3 link suspensions place excessive loads on the upper link bushings. Additionally, these bushings are subjected to more "twist" than before since the rear end can better articulate as a 3 link design. 

This is a no-compromise solution with a dual durometer 5 piece polyurethane replacement bushing. By designing the bushing as a multi-piece unit, it allows the inside portion to remain stiff for great straight-line acceleration load and the outside portions soft for bind-free handling.

Features and Benefits:
- Requires use of existing bushing shell
- Dual Durometer Polyurethane
- 5 piece Design
- Improves Straight-Line Acceleration
- Retains Bind-Free Handling
- No drastic change in NVH (Noise, Vibration, or Harshness)

In order to allow free articulation, the OE rear-end bushing is designed to flex. This flex is great for handling but under straight line acceleration, it contributes to wheel hop and inconsistent launch characteristics.

So if your trying to make sure all your available horsepower makes it to the pavement, order the BMR Differential Bushing Kit for your 2005-2014 Mustang with a 8.8" rear from CJ Pony Parts today!

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BMR Differential Bushing Kit 2005-2014 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Install when you follow the directions Just purchased the BMR upper dif/bushing to finish off the all poly bushinged rear suspension. ( Panhard Bar, upper & lower control arms, all adj., sway bar links, Koni adj. shocks). Also have the Eibach Sport Pro lowering springs. All great equipment except now I have a mystery clunk that has eluded me. It only clunks on certain road irregularities. Not sure what direction to pursue now. It has been checked and rechecked . Any clunk aficionados out there that can shed some intellect on this aggravation ? BTW it is a 2010 GT w/54K
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