Originally Posted by MSI
Figured I would also add a difference between our part and the OE unit.
Ours is made from a T6-6061 billet chunk of aluminum. What that means is that the structural properties of our part will inherently hold up better to that of the die cast OE part when you pop in denser bushings. These bushings for all intense purposes as well, are about as darn close as you can get to a rigid mount without being solid. I have seen cheap bearings that don't last well as these bushes do. TIC did an excellent job finding a killer recipe for these parts. This is why we are using them now instead of our previous supplier.
I am curious as to why there wasn't an ALK version of the housing? Not that I care personally- I feel without a spherical front bushing there isn't enough ALK geometry to make a real difference. But people being people are fixated on these tiny things that explode way bigger then they should. Is this why you decided on just 1 mount type?
Also ok with the GB staying up longer.