Originally Posted by Big-E
I live in Connecticut and we use salt during the winter-months and my car is used all-year as a daily-driver; I have no other car.
I have also used the car for auto-x events and drive in a spirited manner. The roads here locally are also not the best, but not the worst either.
I have had the Whiteline RCK on my car since early 2009 and to date have no issues to report; approximately 30,000 or so miles of use.
I too check the car regularly and, in addition, I also use Boeshield T-9 on all of the non-bushing supension and chassis items to keep rust and corrosion at bay: www.boeshield.com
Don't get me wrong, but in my eyes, Whiteline is a world-wide supplier of performance automotive parts that continually keeps-up with the market and does react quickly to any needs of the user; Whiteline or 'Whiteline Jim' is a member here at NASIOC and when there is a problem, "he" does come on and adds to find a resolve for the consumer and the company rather quickly. This has to count for something? Yes?
Awesome post. Just what I wanted to hear. I'll keep monitoring down there as well lol.
How much is that boeshield t - 9 stuff? I've got a bunch of the TiC bushings and the msi lateral links and trailing arms. I don't think I greased them right cuz I hear them creaking pulling into my garage. Thinking of getting some ceramic grease onto them before the winter.
I had all the lateral links/rear ta/bushings/sti rack with bushings and rca and fender braces all installed together with new motor and tranny mounts.