I've used the black poly bushings from eEuro on the top motor mounts and they lasted a week or two and cam apart.
The blue colored lower control arm bushes by powerflex work very well and myself and many others I know have put big power through them for many years with zero failures. New quality rubber ones also work fine for most users. cheap poly seems a poor economy.
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