These are my polyurethane steering rack bushings.

There are some flimsy, old, rubber busings that hold the steering rack in it's mounts. This gives the rack a little excess lateral play. By installing the harder p/u bushings, much of that play is removed. The result is more responsive steering and virtually no slop in the wheel.

The maker is SuperPro and I got them from an online vendor called kastle's korner. They're the EXACTLY the same as Whiteline bushings, but a different color and ten dollars less. Picture:

The driver's side was kind of a hassle because there are power steering lines and crap in the way. The other side took about 2 minutes. It made a noticeable improvement, and for $25 I don't really see a reason not to do it.