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Super Pro Rear Differential Pinion Bracket Mount Bushings
Subaru Models (inc. 2008+ WRX / STI)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly carries a great selection of performance and chassis enhancements brought to you by Super Pro.
Here, you are looking at the Super Pro Rear Differential Pinion Bracket Mount Bushings. These have been designed to reduce excessive movement of the rear differential.
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Q: Super Pro SPF3200K Subie Newbie3 years agoWhere and how do these get installed? No directions in packaging, and, amazingly, NOTHING online with the install info!🤔 Super pro website has install pics and video for EVERY other bushing I looked up Except the SPF3200K! Of course, its our first bushing upgrade and no install info. 😄 I am 99% certain where they go. I checked a suburu dealer site looking for the 'rear diff pinion mount' from the part description but it doesn't exist. Subaru calls the part I think they go in, the 'differential member'. Anyway, the new bushings are drastically different than the factory set and I need to be sure I install them according to Super Pro's recommended methods. FYI, I am a 30+ year mechanic/fabricator and an instruction reader. Just new to the wonderful world of Subaru. By the way, I greatly appreciate how terrific your customer service has been and all the videos and discount notifications. Keep up the good work!
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A: Sorry for the late response. But, yeah it does seem odd they don't have instructions for these. So Subaru calls the mount these install into the "rear differential front member" basically the support bar that sits under and towards the front of the rear diff. A brief and poor written install would be this: Get the car up in the air, use a jack or something to support the rear diff. loosen the 2 nuts on the bottom of the aluminum mount, next you will see the 2 horizontal nuts and bolts, go ahead and remove those, and then take off the 2 vertical nuts and drop the mount down. You'll need to press out the factory bushings, press in these guys and you're ready to put the mount back in. Torque specs on this will be 37 ft/lbs for the 2 nuts that mount vertically and then 81 ft/lbs for the nuts and bolts that run horizontally through the bushings. Hope this helps!! Thanks, Rick.Rick C. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago
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