no idea what your talking about but there isnt any rubber you can change out or even need to change out or that will even make a difference. if you want less pitch and roll you can look at swaybars or new bushings for the stock ones. lowering springs will help in that area too.First of all, yes, I did a search, and the terms "spring", "rubber", and "coil" are so common on this forum, searching is useless.....LOL.
Anyhow, I have a 2013 V6 with the performance package, but would now like a bit firmer ride, with less pitch and roll. Would it be crazy to put a spring rubber into each spring to snug them up a bit?
Can anyone think of a negative side to doing this?
I don't want to lower my car, and I don't want to spend $300 for new springs plus the tools to install them. Spending $30 for a set of spring rubbers seems like an easy way to take a bit of the pitch and roll out of the car......no?
Edit: also springs are only $200 and you can rent most other tools you need or borrow for free. If you dont have a jack and jack stands (which i think everyone should have anyway) you can get that for $50 as a set.