- Fits 2016-newer Chevrolet Camaro
- Designed for max effort street performance, drag race, and handling applications
- Delrin cradle bushings
- Zinc-coated inner sleeves
- Eliminates bushing deflection
- Greatly reduces wheelhop
- 3-4 hour installation time
- Proudly designed in the U.S.A.
- Proudly made in the U.S.A.
Eliminate rear cradle movement in your 2016-newer Chevrolet Camaro with a Delrin Rear Cradle Bushing Kit from BMR Suspension. The OE bushings are designed with air pockets and are made from soft rubber. These “voids”, coupled with soft material produce excessive differential movement during normal and aggressive driving. These bushings are CNC-machined from Delrin, which is known for its high stiffness, low friction and excellent dimensional stability. This material eliminates deflection with only moderate increases in NVH. Each bushing is machined to exact tolerances, which are designed by BMR. This allows for a perfect fit and increased performance for any driving style. The BMR Delrin Rear Cradle Bushing Kit (BK062) greatly increases the rigidity and stability of the chassis to provide maximum control and consistency necessary for any form of competition or high performance street driving.
Designed for max effort street performance, drag race, and handling applications, BMR Suspension BK062 Delrin Cradle Bushings are the perfect wheelhop solution for any Sixth Gen Camaro where NVH is not a concern. BMR’s Delrin cradle bushings replace the entire OE rubber bushing, eliminating differential movement by replacing the soft rubber OE bushings with solid two-piece Delrin bushings. These bushings remove all movement between the rear cradle and chassis, eliminating the deflection that occurs during acceleration, cornering, and braking. This reduces wheelhop and increases handling stability, while giving you a much-improved overall feel in any performance driving situation.
BMR Suspension’s BK062 Differential Busing Kit is available in black. Installation time is about 3-4 hours and may vary depending on stock bushing removal technique. Proudly made in the U.S.A.!