[urq] swaybar bushings
afinn1 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 11:14:37 EDT 2005
Mike, the rear subframe bushings and the front subframe bushings are
two identical sets (front and rear of both subframes have different
On 4/14/05, Mike Fitton <rfitton at vt.edu> wrote:
> The ones at the junction of the rear subframe and the body. They look
> difficult because of the shape of the metal on the inner part of the
> bushing. It looks tough to replicate.
> Andrew Finney wrote:
> When you say the "rear subframe" ones, which ones do you mean?
1983 and 1984 UrQs.
On 4/13/05, Mike Fitton <rfitton at vt.edu> wrote:
> Just like this guy, I've been thinking of making my own poly bushings
> It's a long-term idea, not really even past the idea stage yet,
> starting to get really pissed that Integras have a total of like
> bushings in the car and you can get a complete set in your choice
durometer for $150 from Energy Suspensions or whoever it is. I
think I can promise $150 for the whole car, but I'd like to make as
as I can for a good price. I know those rear subframe ones are gonna
Speaking of bushings...if Scott J. (sorry, can't spell your last
off the top of my head) is following this topic, hit me back. I
ask you about bushing stuffs.
Andrew Finney wrote:
> Audipoly has not responded to 3 months of occasional emails from me,
> my emails bounce from their site, as if the whole thing has
closed up shop.
> It does say that they are out of stock on all their
1983 and 1984
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