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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
Parts required & price I paid VS1400 drive - £150.00 VS1400 seal (09283-30026) - £7.10 VS1400 seal (09289-70002) - Optional £29.67 VS1400 circlip (09381-40003) - £3.12 Molly grease/paste (99000-25140) or equivalent - £5.99 Gear oil (75-90) -
Thread Moved from "For Sale and Wanted Section" due to progression of post! Bit pissed off today as I bid on a VS1400 drive shaft yesterday and then forgot about it and someone else got it for only £97.50 If anyone spots at any time in the
Huge thanks to Simbo for coming over today to do the final part of the mod. Watching him file the holes out made me realise how easy it was and I shouldn't have been too concerned with cocking it up. Good to see you again mate. Appreciate the help. Also
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