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3M window weld diff bushings?

I'm going to replace all 3 of my diff bushings in my front diff while I do my Superlift install.
I know a few have filled their stock diff bushings with 3M window weld. How is it holding up? Was there any noticeae added NVH?

I also came across the 'solid' diff bushing from HHP. After speaking with them and my own research it seems like you only need to install 1 of these in place of the top bushing and run the other 2 stock bushings (maybe window weld those 2?).


Those of you who are running them, are you running just 1 of these in the top mount or in both mounts in place of the stock unit?
Is there noticeable NVH on a daily-driver?
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