I was one of the early adopters of Pedders bushings; fitting essentially all of the ones available on my car. Its been almost a year-and-a-half and almost two dozen track days later the bushings still appear new in many cases, with no signs of wear. A few have slight deformations due to the sheer weight being put on them, but its what you'd expect for such a part. There have been no breaks or shears like I've experienced with other manufacturers' bushings on other suspension parts.
There was one exception to this. My passenger rear adjustable camber was slipping, sending the car into full negative camber on one side, which dropped that side by about a half inch. Pedders worked with me directly as we privately discussed and tried to fix the problem. After a bushing reset and realignment, the thing slipped again. Pedders sent out at no cost to me a complete bushing replacement kit. When we disassembled the problem parts, we found what was probably a fluke failure in one of the adjustment bolts. All of the other adjustable bits have proven -- and measured out to be -- solid and unmoving once installed.
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