Definition of bushing
1 : a usually removable cylindrical lining for an opening (as of a mechanical part) used to limit the size of the opening, resist abrasion, or serve as a guide
2 : an electrically insulating lining for a hole to protect a through conductor
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Some of that feedback can be attributed to the aforementioned adaptive dampers and the stiffening of other primary suspension components, from the mounting points to the anti-roll bars to the springs and bushings.
The cabin was quiet, thanks in part to a hood insulator; increased thickness of the front door window glass; sound absorption materials in the pillars, inner fenders and floorpan; and plastic and rubber bushings applied to the front sub-frame.
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