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Guys just picked up a set of rubber body bushings for a 68-72 GTO convertible. Complete kit, WITH sleeves, for $68 to my door. Includes the rad support bushings as well. The kit is sold by yearone, part number MH5051. Sleeves are well made and are
Some says it matters & some says it dont..Any right or wrong way to install the notch or bushing? Here is the way i install all my C6 bushings or C4 bushings in a C4 housing...PA says it dont matter!
Can anyone tell me what they used to replace the original mount bushing on their manual trans? Mine is out and will need replaced before I put it back in. Tom
This topic is covered on the Pig Pen site but I want to get it going here since there is no Q&A on that site. Anybody done the swap yet? I've got the parts to do it and if anyone's got some good tips for my swap day I would appreciate it. I plan
I've been riding darkside on my honda for 5 or 6 years and now my brother who has a suzuki wants to do the same. His bike tire size is 180/70/15. Can anyone tell me what size tire he should try? We'll probably go with the good year tripletred just need
who here can and will make me a bushing and not charge me a arm and leg...need one to use a small snout bushing converter in a large pilot bushing hole..checked with a few shops here , hell i can buy a new converter for what they want to charge