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  1. Put together the front subframe components in prep for installation down the road. Also refurbished, tested motor and added new cover to wiper mechanism
  2. Hi, I have a query about the fit of urethane bushes to replace the stock rubber ones. I installed some new Energy Suspension bushes on the front sub-frame over the weekend and noticed that the front end ones that hold the tension strut/rod were very loose. The two halves of the bushing were tight up against one another when it was all bolted together, however there was a lot of play and wiggle room. I can't imagine that this is normal ? Should I perhaps trim down the length of these bushings to create a tighter fit ? Has anyone come across this before ? Any thoughts would be really helpful as I don't want to end up with some more serious problem further down the line from driving on them like this. cheers G
  3. Hello! I've recently bought some urethane bushings. I'm looking at how to get them installed on my car, and have a couple of questions. When I removed the stock rubber from the differential hanger mount, a little metal "spacer" (I don't know the correct word) was left in the hole. See the picture below. Should I fit the urethane bushing with the metal still there, or should I remove it before pressing it in? https://www.dropbox.com/s/7l0m550qefa85bq/Photo%2030-06-14%2019.39.53.jpg Furthermore, I might be interested in casting some mounts/bushings of my own, particularily the rear subframe mounts. Would you guys recommend casting these in a mold, and then pressing them in, or would simply pouring the resin directly into the rear subframe mount hold just fine? PS: If anyone has any good ideas on how to easily install these, I'd be happy to listen!
  4. Got an Ireland Engineering urethane transmission mount a couple months ago. Decided to stick with OE rubber mounts all round. Never used it, still in the bubble wrapping from when I received it. Looking to get $30 for it, PM if interested. Thanks
  5. Nothing happening but waiting, either for orders to come or chrome / polishing work to be completed. Since I'm waiting on the euro bumper to line up the new mounting holes, I haven't been motivated to progress. Tonight I broke down and assembled the rear subframe. I'm using urethane bushings, adjustable ST swaybar and stock subframe mounts. All hardware is new along with the stub axles bearings. I will be putting together the 250 mm brakes this coming week.
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