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    Rear diff bushings?

    Anyone find affordable rear diff x member bushing options? Prothane or the likes?

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    Whiteline makes good rear diff bushings, as well as almost every bushing on the car.

    http://www.whiteline.com.au/do_segue...F1998-8%2F2003

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    I used whiteline and it feels great!

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    Where you feeling strong vibrations from the car when at a stop light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzen6 View Post
    Where you feeling strong vibrations from the car when at a stop light?
    That sounds like the shake from non-OEM axles on an Automatic Transmission vehicle to me, probably not diff bushings.

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    Very possible! I'll take a
    Look them tomorrow. Aren't they all supposed to be OEM Green?

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