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So, I was talking to a friend of mine and he asked which was better: Derlin vs. Polyurethane bushings.

Then i realized I didn't know what the hell derlin was! I wanted to know if any of you 1. knew waht derlin was and 2. which was better derlin vs. polyurethane???? Thanks for any help!
 

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1. It's Delrin... and it's a hard plastic in laymans terms.

2. Delrin would be better due to it's harder properties than polyurethane bushings. But it all depends on what your looking for and how much comfort your willing to sacrifice.

On a side note delrin is just as strong as metals in certain situations. It's a product of Dupont if you really want to check it out.
 

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On my 89 VW Golf I added delrin bushings to the rear axle and it felt like I put another swaybar on the back, it really tightened things up. I believe delrin is better and it is quite a bit more costly than urethane.
 

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Thats why I went with Delrin shifter cable bushings instead of the polyurethane Booger bushings everyone is using. :thumbsup:
 
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