1g and GVR4 rear differential bushings

Posted by black_gst, Jun 25, 2009

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  1. black_gst

    black_gst Freelancer

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    im trying to gauge wether there is a need for rear differential bushings for 1st gens and i also have some questions that maybe some of you can answer.
    do 1g eclipse/talon/laser have the same rear subframe as the GVR4's and therefore the same rear bushings?
    also how many of you reading this thread are in need of of just really want some solid strong differential bushings

    also i think 1gs have 4 bushings that would need to be replaced so if im wrong please correct me

    i have made some for 2g's and heres a pic of what i ended up with.
    th_diff1.jpg
    if any one has pictures of how the diff is mounted to the subframe that would be cool also
     

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  2. Mike1992

    Mike1992 Proven Member

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  3. Slippi84

    Slippi84 Proven Member

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    Those bushings go where the rear differ mounts up to the support 1g's don't have that. 1g's just have two huge bolts that hold it to the support and then bushings at the ends to mount to the body. There is a guy that makes them on here do a search and you will find his thread where he has pictures and reviews from people that have them.
     
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  4. black_gst

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    ok i think i see how the 1g's are set up.. my style bushings wont work for 1g's. on 2g's they have to be pressed into the rear subframe. and on 1g's the diff is almost kinda suspended. well thanks for the info guys. i just had several people asking if i could make them for a 1g so i was tryin to help
     
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    Boosted98gsx Proven Member

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    The price is not bad :). much better IMO for the sound deadening of the urethane than the 1 material solid bushings. Don't have to listen to the rear diff whine all the time.
     
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