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Diff and Subframe Bushings

Hey Fig wondering if you made them or can make them for the IS300. I know there might not be a whole lot interest, but for us higher hp IS300 guys would be alot of help. Nothing solid, more like Poly material
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we have a poly option for the pinion bushing, which is the side mount bushings on the rear diff. the subframe is just a PITA to install but I will see if perhaps the SC version subframe bushings will work.
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thanks Fig, that would be a big help
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any new developments on this topic? I'd definitely be interested in a complete set of poly diff. mounts
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we have the side mounts in poly as I mentioned but nothing else at the moment.
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Just pulled my whole sub frame to track down a leak in the EVAP system. Wishing you had a subframe/ diff bushing or solid kit!

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I know, sorry. Will get to it with our racecar build.
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Is there an install video or pictorial for the rear diff mounts?


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Is there an install video or pictorial for the rear diff mounts?

I have several from the install on the wagon, but basically its all about getting the old ones out. The outer collar must be removed as well which means cutting through it at one spot or prying it inward in several enough to relieve the stress from the press fit. We used an air chisel to fold it in and tear small lines in it until it finally gave in.

I just posted to our blog.
FIGS Engineering Blog: IS520 Rear Diff Mount pictoral
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