Just fitted some cusco sway bars and am very happy with them but ever since I've had the car there's some knocks/clunks coming from the back end so next on my list is to replace the diff and subframe bushes.
Can I replace the diff bushes without removing the subframe? Or is it best to...
Brand new front adjustable whiteline arb, few marks from being in the shed and whiteline sticker is starting to peel. £80 posted
Spec r subframe brace, has some surface rust but over all tidy. £45 posted
Right, i will be dropping the subframe this week to underseal properly. at the same time i wan to replace the oem subframe and diff bushes for poly equivalents.
What brand bushes are best to use? and where to purchase them?
Thanks in advance for the replies :thumbs:
Hi, for sale (in about 2 weeks) is my:
rear subframe £100
all standard suspension arms £100
rear knuckles £20
S15 rear wheel bearing £15
(or the lot for £180)
I have sourced replacement ones for a full polybush swap on my car, so leaves me with a full set. When I get home from holiday I'll...
S15 rear subframe wanted, have all the arms already, this is just to make the full polybushing process ALOT easier and less time consuming!
either can pay you for it or swap mine back to you once I have done the swap plus money your way
Here we have back in stock our Nissan Solid Alloy Subframe Bushes
Solid Subframe bushes are a must have for all hard driving enthusiasts, these one piece CNC machined aluminium rear suspension bushes will banish those soggy back end blues experienced under extreme driving...
is there a difference at all between S15 turbo rear subframe and S15 non turbo rear subframe?
im guessing theres no difference, but thats just a guess.
i need to know, im planning on using it on my S13 and i found a non turbo one.
Driftworks rear subframe bushes BNIB price drop £55 delivered. S15oc only
Hi guys I have these bushes to sell as I've changed my mind on fitting them.
Heres the driftworks info! £55 delivered to uk for s15oc everyone else is 60-65!
"Drifting puts a lot of stress on subframe bushes...
Quick one -
When removing the old bushes from the subframe do I need to completley remove everything including the metal bit? I cant remember which bushes need them leaving in and which dont...
Also I take it lots of fire is best to remove the old ones :D
If anyone has dropped they're subframe off their car, could you take a few photos of it?
The S15 rear subframe has more bracing than the S14s, so I want to weld some extra bits onto my S14.
Photos will be much appreciated!
Hey guys, i know a couple of you have done the same job as i'm in the middle of- poly bushing (etc) the rear subframe.
Now in the next day or two i'm -hopefully- going to be fitting my new bushed alignment arms i got from Apex.
Someone told me that they need to be torqued up with load on them...
Apex Perfrormance sbuframe locking collars - link
They are used but in VGC - about a year old now. These eliminate any play in your rubber subframe bushes and lock the subframe solid to the underside of your car. Reduces axle tramp and holds everything together as it should be.
This may be a silly question but is the s14 or s14a rear subframs the same as an s15 rear subframe?
Was thinking about buying one to paint all pretty and polybush whilst off the car then replace the one on the car currently with the new one.