Looking for suspension bushings

Does anyone know where to get reasonably priced A arm bushings from? I need to replace all 8 front bushings on my 08 elxd and $13.50 each from NEV seems way too pricey to me. Or does anyone know what the dimensions are for them and I can track down cheaper suppliers.


Any luck on that A arms I need to do both my A arms and shocks. Troy 714 356-0255. Im going to look for some options today

Check out the thread I started, new upper and lower a arms. The bushing from a 98 arctic cat 300 4x4 will work.

Nice man. Really appreciate the feed back. I’ll take a look and give it a go. Have a great day D!

I would just like to note that i can’t guarantee those bushings will work because I have not actually replaced them but I have no reason to see why they won’t. If you read that other thread you will see the upper a arms are very close and will completely bolt in place minus the shocks.

Ok no prob. I’ll spend some time looking at my options

I would think a place like Summit Racing could get you some bushings. It would help if you had a original bushing out of the car that you could take some measurements from. Or just order 1 from NEV Acessories to take measurements from. image

That’s a good idea. Rodney said he was going to look for the info, for the place he used to buy the nylon ones for me. I’m also looking at options since I had to hack the upper a arm. I think most of the play in the front suspension is from all the shock and control arm bushings being worn. It would be nice to make it more stable for those moments when I enjoy the speed. LOL it’s hard to not enjoy a golf cart going 45+ Mph. Even up hill it was able to cruise 40mph.

Can’t need much tuning then. What else are you looking for? Rpm must not be maxed out. Is that the limit, or only the safe limit?
Maybe you need taller gears to load the motor.

Trust me it needs plenty of tuning. That’s just where it ends up. The take off needs some focus and Regen is missing 100%. It’s weird cause with the torque all the way down, the take off is better but yet it doesn’t like going up anything from a stand still. Gears and 16” or 17” wheels will be on the hit list as well. In comparison I took the old D&D 33-35mph starting with 82v and the battery had some range. Today starting off with 93v seemed like it sucked all the juice out and I didn’t really go that far. I’ll have to try Grants method some more to get a full 98v charge cause the profile was hard to change for me. It was luck that I was able to change it once. LOL On a serious note I’ve been really putting some time and thought into this upgrade and I’m sure with some tweaking on the controller settings it will be fast strong and still have range.