OTS springs- you can post the spring rates- your among friends
yup liquid filled are the rear bushings- I was hoping you didn't have to resort to drilling and cutting
is the offset in the bushing fully rearward or full forward (I'm thinking rearward but would like to be sure)
Paul as you already have the bushings ready to go- your install will be much simpler- remove the subframe, remove the two (very high torqued) bolts, pry the end of the arm down until you can reach the rearward nut holding the bushing onto the arm-remove, put you new one on, torque the rear nut, torque the two bolts, re-install subframe
JR- that's a good idea on scales and alignment tools- you guys will recoup the costs quickly!
Did they happen to send you dynographs when they revalved them?
These are single adjustable correct? I'd suggest starting at full soft and working up (taking good notes) slowly- once you get them roughed in then you can you can fine tune front vs rear.