Join Date: May 2008
Location: Shelbyville, Tn.
That's not an issue. Everything else is still bolted in rubber. It's not different that putting them on an F,J, or M body. All you are doing is securing the cradle and the lower control arm to the frame, just like every other car that is or was made that way at some point. And then again the lower control arm still uses a rubber bushing in it.
Ask this question, does the rear suspension make the car vibrate your teeth out? NO! and it's mounted to a solid frame with nothing but rubber bushings. With the aluminum cradle bushings, it will be the same thing. Now the frame will be solid and wont move around, but the control arm still has a rubber bushing and it still had the engine and trans mounts too. So vibration is just not and issue. Improved driving performance is and issue.