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I am looking at replacing all of the bushings on the front of my 2000 Cherokee....Anybody had luck with the Prothane?




 2000 XJ Sport, 4 1/2 lift,Dana 30, 8.25 rear, NP231,STANO front bumper, rear bumper in progress, TJ Moab wheels, ZJ V8 steering. In the process of front hoop, tires, fender trimming.


**ZJ rear gas tank skid, KJ Liberty rear disc brakes**



August 1, 2009 at 8:15 AM Flag Quote & Reply

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they will ride a little harsher on road, but normally last a lot longer.

i run the normal rubber ones on my long arms, with johnny joints in the rear to the "frame". i feel it is a good compromise.

i installed a full set on my old yj (4.3 chevy/700r4/4.3 atlas/2.5" old man emu springs soa), and they "firmed" it up substantially. i dont think i would have kept them if it wasn;t for the soft old man emu springs.



1998 XJ on 37's. JK Rubicon axles, hydro assist. 4:1 transfer case.

August 11, 2009 at 11:28 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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