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Whiteline Rear Diff Support Lock Bushings

MODEL # WHI KSB751

$41.73


  • Q: Vs. Subframe bolts?  T.J.1 year ago

    How does the purpose of these bushing kits compare to the subframe bolts from whiteline etc? Thanks, T.J.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  These bushings replace the subframe rear diff support. These are completely different from the subframe bolts.

      Tyler A. @ RallySport Direct 1 year ago  
        
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  • Q: Do I need both?  DocB043 years ago

    Do I need to order these in conjunction with the Whiteline Rear Diff Bushings?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Hi DocBO4, We offer two "rear differential" bushings for the same generation Subaru's: W91380 and W91379. This kit (KSB751) and W91379 mount in the same location and you would not be able to install BOTH simultaneously. W91380 does mount in a separate location and CAN be used in conjunction with KSB751 (and is highly recommended), but is not mandatory. I hope this helps.

      Jonathan @ Whiteline @ Whiteline 3 years ago  
        
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  • Q: 2006 Forester XT  Hinkes3 years ago

    Are these rear diff support lock bushings be used together with the rear diff support outrigger bushings? Or are they two different fixes one is easier (support lock bushings) and the other is harder (support outrigger bushings).
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  These rear diff support lock bushings serve the same purpose as the outrigger bushings and they are not intended to be used together. These inserts are an addition to the stock bushings, and the outrigger bushings replace the stock bushings. The inserts work well and they are much easier to install.

      Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
        
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    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  As Zach mentioned, the two kits you referenced are designed for the same location on the vehicle and are not designed to be used together. I generally recommend the inserts for vehicle's that OR bushings that are still in good condition as they are easier to install, cost less, and have almost the same level of performance when used with a bushing in good condition. If your OE bushings have deteriorated significantly, then a complete replacement bushing may be a better route.

      Jonathan @ Whiteline @ Whiteline 3 years ago  
        
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  • Q: this vs perrin SLK  axelbowen667485 years ago

    Is this the same as the PERRIN subframe lockdown kit?