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Old 08-19-2016, 12:55 PM   #81
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This project kinda got back burner'd with the business ramping up a bit faster than expected.

I've been going through some personal things and also taken on a Jeep Cherokee (XJ) project that I'm trying to turn into my beater daily, but I should have a significant more time on my hands now. Once the Jeep project is road worthy again, I'll be able to devote time to the Miata again.

Hopefully I can start getting things updated in the coming weeks/months.

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Dumb question.....


Those washers on the rear lower control arm bolt, where those always there or are they from the front? I don't recall installing these, nor did my car have them.
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Dumb question.....


Those washers on the rear lower control arm bolt, where those always there or are they from the front? I don't recall installing these, nor did my car have them.
No tellin.. There is a definite possibility that they got swapped front to back on accident.
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Those washers on the rear lower control arm bolt, where those always there or are they from the front? I don't recall installing these, nor did my car have them.
Those washers come with some (including ES) poly bushing kits. Stock bushings don't have them.
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OK. Should I be worried about that if I have the v8 roadster arms. I'm pretty sure I can scrounge up some fat washers somewhere
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I have Delrins and I have run with and without them, but I think they are a good idea with poly bushings because they locate the non-press-fit bushings.
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Those washers come with some (including ES) poly bushing kits. Stock bushings don't have them.
This sounds correct. All the baggies were seperated, so it would stand to reason they added these in for the poly bushings.
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