Depends on what they are. Bushes generally are not 'meant' to turn, they are there for compliance and shock absorbing properties. Bearings are meant to turn to save the rotating components.
Which do you have.. bushes or bearings? (I'd suggest you have bushes).
he has the nylon bushes from circa 98, ,y frame had the betd roller bushes but now has the cartridge bearings
having seen what movement a tiny shock bush can create im thinking tight is a good thing with nylon bushes
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