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    Does anyone still make solid rear diff bushings?

    I read some old threads on 3si about some people making them, but I can't seem to find any now. Do they still exist?

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    I am sure you know of the urethane ones? 3sx makes those. Why do you want solid ones?

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    Yea but they're like $340 or something just for the diff bushings. I figure solid ones would be much cheaper. i cant justify spending close to $400 (after taxes) for 4 bushings.

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    If I could get ahold of some stock bushings and someone was willing to test them I might be able to come up with something.

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    That would be awesome. If you come up with anything, I'll buy them, but I don't beat on my car so i wouldn't be able to say anything about strength. I'm sure someone else wouldn't mind being the guinea pig.

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    With power, they could potentially egg a hole couldnt they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximal View Post
    If I could get ahold of some stock bushings and someone was willing to test them I might be able to come up with something.
    i would love to give them a try! i am trying to reduce as much loss through my drivetrain as possible and have heard that this helps some.

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    Dynamic Racing made them for a while, you can see if they still have a set.

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    I remember they had the solid subframe bushings, but neither those or the diff mounts are on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvanH View Post
    With power, they could potentially egg a hole couldnt they?
    If there is play around the bushing then yes. If they're made as a press in bushing then it will stay tight.

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