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FS: Bushing kit MADE IN CANADA!

Discussion in 'Group Buys' started by Klue, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. Klue

    Klue Well-Known Member Donated!

    Hey guys I have been working on some different projects and this is the first to come to completion. All parts are made in canada, fitment is perfect(no sandpaper required) and I think we have a winner.

    Price is set at 40 bucks, which includes everything needed to install, Bushings, clips and cotter pins. I have both the SMALL + SMALL bushing set and the SMALL + BIG bushing set available. This is our first product from this CNC mill so we are not looking for a huge mark up.

    Help support us, the Canadian economy, and we will keep bringing new parts, with the highest quality.

    I can deliver, or if you come to me we can install for you no charge. Will fit any mr2 celica or toyota until 1999

    If I can sell 5 sets to the st162 club we can do a discount of 5 bucks per set!

  2. Klue

    Klue Well-Known Member Donated!

    No love guys?
    the mr2 guys are eating these up!

    great upgrade if you havent already done it.
    get rid of those tired, cracked, warped and ruined 20 year old rubber bushings.

    bring back crisp clean shifts. and feel the gearbox like never before.

    40 bucks, or 35 if we can get enough.!
  3. ST162Coupe

    ST162Coupe Well-Known Member

    Engine, Trans, or Suspension bushes? if any im kinda interested... but i think installs going to be a cnut. (i never worked with mounts/suspension units before, :p) i live in australia... so unfortunatly, unless u are willing to come to australia to help install, if i go ahead with it, i will have to get someone else to do the work. :p
  4. Klue

    Klue Well-Known Member Donated!

    hey man thanks for the interest!
    install is a sinch!
    These go on the transmission shift linkage. The hardest part is getting the old ones off.
    I will be doing a install write up eventually. I just need to get a small press to get my old ones out(was using ball bearings from a roller blade wheel) they have since seized up and are falling apart :(

    Let me know if you interested.
  5. lone wolf

    lone wolf Well-Known Member Donated!

    maybe I will be interested seeing where it is supposed to go and see how it goes there :)

    When I put in the new engine it would be a small effort to change these I guess.
  6. not12listen

    not12listen Well-Known Member

    i installed similar bushings in my wife's alltrac camry and her mki mr2 - made a HUGE DIFFERENCE!!!

    the shifter response and feel is considerably better! very crisp!

    below is a standard Toyota FWD transmission.

    i've circled the 2 shifter points where the bushings go.

  7. MITT4G

    MITT4G Well-Known Member

    The Items above are very nice I replaced mine 2 years ago and the shifting is very crisp going and coming from gear to gear, the is very little excessive movement, Plus they are designed so your DD feels a little bit more sporty!
  8. 4thgenceli

    4thgenceli Test Dummy

    Here they are installed on Jasmine. These are not the ones that he is selling, these are from a different vendor. Same principal though, pull out old drop in new.

  9. MITT4G

    MITT4G Well-Known Member

    So how do you like them?
  10. 4thgenceli

    4thgenceli Test Dummy

    I'll let you know when I drive her.
  11. Klue

    Klue Well-Known Member Donated!

    If anyone wants a set these are available. I'm a dealer through two'r'us, so you can buy through me and I will make the commission. Ships from USA so shouldn't be expensive :)

    Waiting for my vendor package info and I will have some more products for us

    appreciate the support

  12. cliffmeister3

    cliffmeister3 Well-Known Member Donated!

    Got anything else?

    Already got the shifter bushings
  13. Klue

    Klue Well-Known Member Donated!

    Lots of different things, what are you looking for ?
  14. Zaluss

    Zaluss Well-Known Member Donated!

    I'm interested in the shifter bushings. Let me know how to get some of these. These are the bushings for the linkage right? What about the shifter itself?
  15. Klue

    Klue Well-Known Member Donated!

    No bushings for the shifter itself, they are plastic and really dont wear out. These are for the linkeage only which are rubber, and tend to get pretty mushy after a while.

    Contact me at
    xiiimotorsports AT gmail DOT com

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