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Old 05-11-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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Miata MMR Differential bushings. I installed them in a differential housing I was going to use but ended up going with a different setup. Bushings were then removed and the housing was sold seperate. Other then some light marks from being install they are pretty much new and have never been on a car.

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I am assuming that thease will all year of NA and NB correct? How hard is it to get the old ones out and do thease need to be pressed in? Would you consider thease to be race only?

I am interested in thease.

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There website shows that they fit 1990-2005 Mazda Miata.

Getting the olds one out can be a pain if you have never removed bushings before. Some people torch out the rubber in the old bushings but I prefer to drill a few holes though the rubber then push it out of the metal sleeve. Less smell and burning hot rubber that way. Then you can take a chisel or air chisel and knock the sleeves out. To make it easier you can take a sawsall or jig saw you can make a cut along the inside of the sleeve from top to bottom. That allows you to take a chisel and crush the sleeve in on its self and it will just drop out. Just be careful not to cut into the aluminum. If you are worried about going too far just make a deep grove in the sleeve. That should still allow you to crush the sleeve in some. You can then press in the new bushings with a bench vise or you can rent a ball joint press from Autozone. Sometimes a BFH works too. You can also put the bushings in the freezer for a few hours to make them a little smaller (like .000001") I’m not trying to set any records but I’m guessing it takes me 15-20 minutes a side.

I would not consider these race only but my comfort standards are pretty low. You will notice more vibration in the car.
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Payment sent. Thank you.

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Sold, thank you!
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