Crow, I had to replace 1 and used the daystar brand. It seems to have sealed ok. It is just kinda wierd when you put them on. You expect them to go around like the rubber ones with a clip but all you have to do is fill it with grease and slip it over the stud and tighten it down. That is what I was told by the Daystar guy and so far like I said it looks OK. HTH Jim
"HYPER-FLEX™ replacement polyurethane bushings have been engineered to give maximum performance while standing up to all of the contaminants that destroy rubber. It's performance tested and race proven!"
They enery suspension stuff I've gotten even came with small tubes of silicone grease (clear and VERY sticky). When I've used used regular grease, it has discolored the poly bushings and made the turn hard and brittle.
But I do know not to store natural rubber fins with my surgical grade sillycone dive masks.
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