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Old 11-24-05, 10:40 AM
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2nd Gen Bushing "master" kits, is it every bushing?

I guess i'll ask here too since most 2nd gen race cars have new bushings. So i'm dropping my subframe in a few weeks so i'm going to be ordering the graphite master bushing kit from energy, but is that EVERY bushing under the car besides diff mounts, dtss? Does anyone know which specific ones are not included in the kit? Also does anyone make solid front diff mounts besides scalliwag, his rep is a bit bad these days... Thanks

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Old 11-25-05, 07:40 AM
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It does not include the subframe bushings. There is also a bushing on the rear control arm that isn't included.

What's wrong with Scalliwag? If you have beef with him don't post in thread about him. Take it up with him via PMs or in the Good Guy / Bad Guy feedback forum.
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how does this look? Does this cover all the bushings? As for scalliwag if you haven't noticed lately, he's no longer selling anything, and his past ~20 transactions are all negative. I've done buisness with him in the past, i'm sure he's having a personal problem so nows not the time to purchase somethign from him.
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Originally Posted by andrewdruiz
how does this look? Does this cover all the bushings? As for scalliwag if you haven't noticed lately, he's no longer selling anything, and his past ~20 transactions are all negative. I've done buisness with him in the past, i'm sure he's having a personal problem so nows not the time to purchase somethign from him.
Pink....The toe adjusters are not really bushings. They are more like tie rod ends. I doubt that your stock ones are badly worn. If you want adjustable ones, the AWR makes some. Same thing for the camber links. The stock ones don't really wear out, but AWR makes adjustable ones.

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doesnt the little dog bone start to bind up when u put the toe links in the rear?
or am i confusing something?
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Originally Posted by andrewb70
Pink....The toe adjusters are not really bushings. They are more like tie rod ends. I doubt that your stock ones are badly worn. If you want adjustable ones, the AWR makes some. Same thing for the camber links. The stock ones don't really wear out, but AWR makes adjustable ones.

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Thanks, what about the other pink on the lca, do you know if thats included in the kit?
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