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*** PARTS*** SERIALNINE SUBFRAME BUSHINGS/RISERS

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sweet mother. im running the s13 collars and got a huge change in slop but they fit like shit. these whould be way nicer.

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Guest DuaxMachine

Have money ready,

Let me know when they are available, and I will take a set.

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These will be ready by the end of next week. .

 

Pre selling price for the first 10 sets is $170 SHIPPED to anywhere in the US. .

 

Paypal is gerard@serialnine.com

 

After the first 10 sets and these are IN production, price will go up to $200 shipped. .

 

I suggest you act fast cuz like 4 sets are already sold.

 

G.

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Do the rear subframe need to be completely out or can you do one side at a time? Did you press or trouch the old bushings out?

 

 

Installation of these is VERY easy. .

 

-You DO NOT need to drop the subframe out of the car. Simply unbolt the whole subframe and, from the inside of the car under the rear seats there are rubber covered access hole to unbolt the front subframe studs.. . and in the front part of the trunk there are stuck on covers hiding the rear studs which simply turn 90deg and pull out. allowing you to remove and install the upper bushings.

 

-The stock bushing DO NOT need to be pressed out or burned out. Toyota kindly uses SPLIT bushings stock. . They are held in with two plates and vibration dampener (heavy rubber mounted weight that you get rid of) that have 12mm bolts. Then.. take a chisel or sharp flat screwdriver, and hammer between the bushing lip and the subframe to crack the rust seal and get the bushing moving. . then simply pry the bushing out by evenly walking the prybar/screwdriver around the shell. . then Voila. old ones pop right out. . This LITERALLY takes about 15 min. The new bushings are a slight interference fit and only need to be tapped/gently hammered in. After the new bushings are in place loosely reinstall the 4 studs and jack the subframe back up until it is seated against the body *. . then tighten the studs ..reinstall the support plates/swaybar mounts then tighten the nuts that hold the subframe on.

 

Done. .

 

Installation takes about 30-120 minutes depending on your mechanical ability. .

 

* These bushings have VERY close tolerances to the studs and the subframe. . IF your car or subframe is tweaked or bent in any way, installation will be more difficult and MAY require enlarging the ID of the SERIALNINE bushings.

 

Any questions ?

 

G.

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My OEM subframe bushings popped right out with a few whacks of a mallet. No sweat.

 

G - sending $$ shortly.

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Guest DuaxMachine

Just got to say,

these sure look a lot better than the those other ones,

being offered by the guy that can't get on this forum,

even though they cost more.

Not just a half-measure top spacer.

 

I was thinking about getting the ronnieK urethane ones out of Australia for about the same money,

and I may yet for the street car,

but these will be the only way to go on the track car.

 

The upper spacers look to be a waste,

and one could do the same thing with a pile of big ass washers from a tractor supply store.

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You're talking bout the wesbeech ones. . he tried to get on here ?

 

Well he has a group buy goin on @ TC.net. . I've seen the bushing as well.. i GUARANTEE these are better. . not simply a copy of the stock bushing. . I had that design on my car for the last year, and there were a few things I wasn't happy with, and I adressed them with these new ones... . These have been re-engineered to actually provide a number of advantages over simply a replacement. .

 

G.

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how much extra for a set shipped to hawaii 96821 zip if you need it. Shoots!

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Few pics of the whole lot getting machined.

 

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Slight delay. . will be coming back form anodizing hopefully wednesday latest. .

 

Just keeping y'all in the loop

 

G.

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Jeeze, your making me feel bad........

I thought you were doing them on a CNC machine,

not a regular lathe.

I hardly do crap anymore on my old maual equipment........

 

Well, one time a few months ago,

I did spend several hours trying to get one of wes beach's wobbly custom water pump pulleys,

to not wobble quite so much..........

Now it only throws the belt once in a while <_<

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Jeeze, your making me feel bad........

I thought you were doing them on a CNC machine,

not a regular lathe.

I hardly do crap anymore on my old maual equipment........

 

Well, one time a few months ago,

I did spend several hours trying to get one of wes beach's wobbly custom water pump pulleys,

to not wobble quite so much..........

Now it only throws the belt once in a while <_<

 

 

That is a CNC lathe.. Not full CNC though.. still has manual feed. .

 

G.

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That is a CNC lathe.. Not full CNC though.. still has manual feed. .

 

G.

 

how many sets left at the $170 price?

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For U . . enough. . .

 

No prob man..

 

G.

 

word, money sent. :thumbsup:

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