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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2005 1:07 pm 
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Has anybody ever tried the bushings from SSGTi.com? I emailed them asking them who makes the ones that they sell. The guy from SSGTi told me they get a company to specially make them up for them.

Does Whiteline make a set the MKII?


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Read this thread:

http://www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php?t=14637

And the polyurethane bushings FAQ at the top of this section.

I got mine from Global Performance, full catalog at their website, very helpful folks. Get the swaybar bushings from JCWhitney, much cheaper.

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You got Global's web addy? I couldn't find one that had a catalog.

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It's in the thread I mentioned above.

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Thanks. kp for that! Guess I should have looked at the link, I thought it was a different bushing link. The best thing on their site is they have the rear engine mount that SSGTI.net sells for half the price. :twisted:

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I got mine from http://www.globalpartssource.com/ I got every bushing for like $150.00usd shipped. But I have a shop.


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I need some urethane for my 2000 Metro hatch. Most of all the caster bushings. Does any one know where to get these?

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I found out that the bushings that Whiteline Suspension has quoted on this forum are actually made by Fulcrum Suspensions. They are an Australian company, I think that the two companies must some how be related.

The part numbers in SuperPro bushing catalog match the part numbers quoted by Whiteline.

Check out this website: http://www.fulcrumsuspensions.com.au/superpro.html

The USA distr. is http://www.globalperformanceparts.com/

As far as I can tell the bushings that SSGTi.com are actually from SuperPro because you can view pictures of the bushings on globalperformances website and those pictures match extactly what SSGTi.com shows on their website. And of course Global Performance's prices are cheaper.

Download their catalog: http://fulcrumsuspensions.com.au/download/1344.link

and goto page 129.


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