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Replace your old worn out OEM bushes with these great polyurethane bushes.

• Better road holding

• Constant steering geometry

• Increased tyre life

• More responsive steering

• Longer service life of suspension components

All these bushes will fit all of your US and Canadian MK4 and Mk5 Swift's, metro's, firefly's etc

A compromise between performance and driver comfort for the MK2/3/4/5

Front and Rear sway bar link lower bushes
Front way bar D-link bushes (choose your size, 18,22,24,27mm)
Front control arm lower front polyurethane bushes
Front control arm lower rear polyurethane bushes
Rear control arm inner front polyurethane bushes
Rear control arm inner rear polyurethane bushes
Rear control arm-outer polyurethane bushes
Rear sway bar D-link bushes (choose your size, 17,18,20mm)

$278 AUS

Performance setting for the MK2/3/4/5
Front and Rear sway bar link lower bushes
Front way bar D-link bushes (choose your size, 18,22,24,27mm)
Front caster kit (provides +1.5degrees of caster, includes Front control arm lower front and Front control arm lower rear bushes)
Rear control arm inner front polyurethane bushes
Rear control arm inner rear polyurethane bushes
Rear control arm-outer polyurethane bushes
Rear sway bar D-link bushes (choose your size, 17,18,20mm)

$336 AUS

Postage to Canada and USA
Air mail (7-10 days delivery) - $90 AUS
Sea mail (90 days delivery) - $60 AUS


A compromise between performance and driver comfort for the MK1

Front sway bar to control arm bushes
Rack mount bush
Front way bar D-link bushes (choose your size, 21.5,24mm)
Front control inner arm bushes

$110 AUS

Postage to Canada and USA
Air Mail - $63 AUS
Sea Mail - $45 AUS


PM your interest

Each of these bushes is also available separately.

Payment via, Paypal, money gram, western union and electronic funds transfer. Please not that some of these methods of transfer will incur a fee that is charged by the insinuation.

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Great work Hertz..eagerly awaited!!

Can you do a full poly-bush kit to include sway bars?
And what price?

Dont know about fitting the castor kit to a daily driver??

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hey G10, this is only a tiny portion of what I have available. Yes I can do sway bar D-links and sway bar drop links, with many sizes available for the D-link.

D-link bushes start at AUS $12 and sway bar drop links are AUS $18

The front caster kit in perfect for a daily driver, i have one on my car, and it improved the handling dramatically, without a sacrifice in driver comfort.

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Hertz wrote:
hey G10, this is only a tiny portion of what I have available. Yes I can do sway bar D-links and sway bar drop links, with many sizes available for the D-link.

D-link bushes start at AUS $12 and sway bar drop links are AUS $18

The front caster kit in perfect for a daily driver, i have one on my car, and it improved the handling dramatically, without a sacrifice in driver comfort.


Do you have a Poly kit for the Mk5 Swifts? I'm not sure what years they would have been down there. Thats a really nice exhaust header you have there. Too bad shipping from there to here would be brutal.

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If the Mk5 is the AA34S chassis, it will fit.

If you want budget shipping seamail is an option, cheap as chips.

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They never got the North American MKIV. Their MKIV is the same chassis as our MKII or MKIII.

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I am interested in a set of extractors,can you give me the price with shipping costs included to Spain? Thanks!


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They never got the North American MKIV. Their MKIV is the same chassis as our MKII or MKIII.


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gamefoo21 wrote:
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They never got the North American MKIV. Their MKIV is the same chassis as our MKII or MKIII.


:(


Well if the chassis is the AA34S, you have nothing to worry about, and if you have tranplanted aG13B, you have even more options.

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I am interested in a set of extractors,can you give me the price with shipping costs included to Spain? Thanks!


Postage to spain.

Seamail - AUS $92.55
Airmail - AUS $211.40

It would be close to this, since you haven't provided an address, these figures are only a estimate and will change slightly.

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Bushings are the same gamefoo, all suspension pieces from a GT work on a mk5 except the control arms and brake related components.

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Sorry Hertz there may be a slight bit of confusion when ordering.

Are the prices matching whats in the pics?

Example : Rear control arm inner front polyurethane bush AUS $49

So you get the 2 bushings etc for $49?

And: D-link bushes start at AUS $12 and sway bar drop links are AUS $18

^ does that mean each individual piece or 2 pieces to do a swaybar?

I think if a "kit" is made up by yourself of all the bushings you'll need to do all 4 control arms and both swaybars it would be really easy for the general public to order Standard or Castor kits.

Whatya think mate?


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Yes the prices above the picture are what you get.

All prices that I PMed you are what it cost for a package, so you get enough bushes to do the job completely.

Doing full "kits" is an idea, the only problem with that is some people may not want some type of bushes included in the kit, and may asked them to be to removed, defeating the purpose of having a full kit in the first place. If people aren't such what they should be replacing, there are more than free to Pm or email me there questions.

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Bushings are the same gamefoo, all suspension pieces from a GT work on a mk5 except the control arms and brake related components.


:o


:roll: for the second part though...

I know those bloody control arms are a fortune for this car. The front discs/pads seem to be 89 to 01 universal, which is nice.


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Got them Thanks
Looks good :)

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Hertz wrote:
Yes the prices above the picture are what you get.

All prices that I PMed you are what it cost for a package, so you get enough bushes to do the job completely.

Doing full "kits" is an idea, the only problem with that is some people may not want some type of bushes included in the kit, and may asked them to be to removed, defeating the purpose of having a full kit in the first place. If people aren't such what they should be replacing, there are more than free to Pm or email me there questions.


Just make a full kit price and put it on the site. Keep the individual ones on there and people can be free to order the full kit or bits and pieces.

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Yes the prices above the picture are what you get.

All prices that I PMed you are what it cost for a package, so you get enough bushes to do the job completely.

Doing full "kits" is an idea, the only problem with that is some people may not want some type of bushes included in the kit, and may asked them to be to removed, defeating the purpose of having a full kit in the first place. If people aren't such what they should be replacing, there are more than free to Pm or email me there questions.


Just make a full kit price and put it on the site. Keep the individual ones on there and people can be free to order the full kit or bits and pieces.


I honestly don't feel something like a kit would sell, people are always going to want different things. So like i said before, if people aren't sure what they need or what they want to achieve, they are more than free to email or PM me.

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Got them Thanks
Looks good :)


Glad to hear you got them boondogle, you will be very impressed with what they are capable of.

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Even a full kit price would be helpful.

Plus I think that more ppl would be interested in a full kit instead of ordering several parts and not being sure if they have all to do the job.

I mean it will cost you nothing and every1 will be happy!

Hahaha we're nagging you like your wife/chic :queen:


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Here is the complete list of bushes I have for sale for the Mk2/3/4/5

All prices are in Australia dollars.

This is not a kit. If i get interest from 10 people, I will assemble a kit, otherwise I am not going to bother.

Front control arm lower front polyurethane bushes - $49
Front control arm lower rear polyurethane bushes - $39
Front sway bar D-link polyurethane bushes 18,22,24,27mm - $12
Front sway bar link lower polyurethane bushes - $18
Rear control arm inner front polyurethane bushes - $49
Rear control arm inner rear polyurethane bushes - $31
Rear control arm-outer polyurethane bushes - $44
Rear sway bar D-link polyurethane bushes 17,18,20mm - $15
Front caster kit - $130 (replaces - Front control arm lower front polyurethane bush and Front control arm lower rear polyurethane bush)

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Hertz wrote:
* = Will not fit MK5



They did for me.

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i'm only going on what i've read on teamswift, as MK5 aren't available in Australia. I read a few times over that the control arms are different so decided to play it safe and suggest that they probably wouldn't fit, and i'm going to need more than one persons word to change my mind. Can you supply proof?

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the only difference between the gt and the mk5 arms are about maby 1/2 inch in length from the bushings to the ball joint, the bushings are the same thou.

i cant provide a pic since i tosed all my old arms out.


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the only difference between the gt and the mk5 arms are about maby 1/2 inch in length from the bushings to the ball joint, the bushings are the same thou.

I thought the "Front control arm lower front bushes" were different?
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Now that you mention it, I had to drill out my TurbineTech lower brace because the mounting holes were too small to go over the mounting stud. This makes no sense because I ordered poly bushings for a GT and they went right on. :huh:

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I would be in for a kit at the right price. ie the same setup as on ur swift. 8)


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I would be in for a kit at the right price. ie the same setup as on ur swift. 8)


2nd that. :P


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