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Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings (Part Number: )
Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings (Part Number: )
Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings (Part Number: )
Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings (Part Number: )
Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings (Part Number: )
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Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings (Part Number: )
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Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings
Subaru WRX / STI 2002-2004
Read 9 Reviews | 2 Q&As
Part # SPF1972K
$22.60
msrp: $26.59


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Features & Product Details

These are the Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings which have been designed to be a durable replacement for your OEM units to remove any excessive play or clunking within your steering rack. Super Pro uses specially blended polyurethane products has specific mechanical properties that resist abrasion that also has a high tear strength as well as a resistance to oils and solvents. These very properties lead to a resilient product that is highly versatile in its various applications.

Here the details:

  • Steering Rack & Pinion Mount Bushing
  • 30mm bracket width, passenger side
  • 2 Bushings
  • Specifications

    Brand: Super Pro
    Hardware Included: No
    Install Tool Included: No
    Material: Polyurethane
    Type: Bushing
    Mfgr. Warranty: Lifetime Warranty
    Condition: New Product
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    9 Reviews
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    Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings ( Part Number: SPF1972K)
    Super Pro Steering Rack Bushings ( Part Number: SPF1972K)
    Easy install, good upgrade 26 days ago
    CObugeyeWRX
    Decided to buy these when I needed to replace my tie rod. For me the install took about 15 minutes. Huge improvement over stock bushings.
      
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    Great bang for the buck! 1 year ago
    b.obsidian
    These are great bushings, especially for the price! My OEM bushing were pretty decent and I found a noticeable improvement in steering response with the Super Pro bushings. The install is pretty simple, I did have to drop the rack a bit to get the driver's side bracket out. I have a detailed write-up on my blog. https://b-obsidian.com/2017/07/12/install-superpro-steering-rack-bushings/
      
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    Steering rack bushings.  3 years ago
    chris13a24her42750
    Good purchase. A must buy for older subaru's.
      
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    Great for the money spent 3 years ago
    esnbrgr29541
    Huge improvement on my 03 wrx sedan. Install isnt bad, these fit perfect and im happy with my purchase. They complement well with new swaybars and links as well.as white control.arm bushings, the front end feels very solid and reacts quicker.
      
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    Worth the money, but maybe not the headache 3 years ago
    sjbryson9038863
    Let me start by saying that the fit and quality of these is great, definitely stiffer than the stock bushings and the quality of the material is on the level of any other Whiteline equivalent. I didn't really have that much of an issue with the driver's side. I loosened the steering coupler and moved the rack about an 1/8th inch down to get a little more room for the bushing to come out, you just have to pry on the lines in creative directions to get the bracket off. It also helps to have both sides loose to get the bushings out and in. Where I did have an issue was with the passenger side. The bolts that go through the brackets are exposed on top. I guess this meant that one of my bolts had completely filled the threads with rust. This meant the bolt would turn out a bit, but then ended up welding itself to the weld-nut on the mount and breaking in half. I spent the next 18 hours drilling that bolt out and re-tapping the nut. After all of that, I do notice the steering is more responsive and less float in high-speed sweepers. However, when you look at the rack design, the rack only has about 2mm to move, as the brackets are molded into the rack, so the only real slop that could happen is in the lips of the bushings compressing. In the end I would do it again, but I would let everything soak in PB Blaster for a month first.
      
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    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    • Q: Do these fit the 2005 Baja Turbo?  Harry Williams5 years ago

      I just installed theses on my 2002 WRX Wagon and they are great! Do these fit on my 2005 Baja Turbo 5-Speed? I know other steering racks can be installed. Thanks!
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Unfortunate we have not tried the fitment of any bushings on that vehicle, and SuperPro does not list that as a compatible fitment.

        Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago  
          
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      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Subaru Baja was made in USA in a joint effort with Isuzu & never sold in Australia, while sharing many underpinnings with Legacy / Outback, there has not been any official test fitments done with Baja...so there is currently no way to confirm or deny fitment.

        SuperPro @ Super Pro 5 years ago  
          
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    • Q: Diffrences  Andrewbrwn04231496 years ago

      So whats the diffrence between these and the whiteline bushings? Other than the price of course
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  These bushings and the Whiteline bushings are both made from Polyurethane, but the manufacturers do not publish what the differences are.

        Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago  
          
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