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Old 08-04-2013, 04:13 PM
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Need to identify these bushings...

Hey, I'm just completing an order form for prothane poly busings..
I've ran into kind of a snag... I found instructions for everything except for this, part #8-315. I cant find any diagram to confirm bushing placement.
Here is an image where I think they go, labelled in red. In green is a bushing I cant find anywhere by prothane or ES... But they do still carry new ones at Honda, I'll go that route, but I'd like everything to be poly, rubber would be redundant as fuuuuuu
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Re: Need to identify these bushings...

Have a read of this. It shows the locations for all of the ES kit:

Honda Prelude • 4th & 5th ES Master Set and Trailing Arm Polybush Guide : Guides / How to's / Tech Section

You cant get toe arm bushes (green arrow in your pic). They are the only ones not to be included in the ES master set.
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Re: Need to identify these bushings...

you should just order the whole kit from energy suspension, and get it all done at once... imo
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Re: Need to identify these bushings...

Thanks Merlin! That's a nice find.

As for the kit, i already have a few of the things that come in the box so i just need various parts here and there. And for some reason I'm really wanting prothane instead of es... And i might go with superpro for the lower front control arms.
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Re: Need to identify these bushings...

Since this is related somewhat to my original question. I won't go thread happy and create more (loved ones had to hold me back tho, plus the cat)...

Wondering how many of you have used a press of this type to remove bushings, wheel bearings, or even to press them back in. I figure this will pay for itself over time. I saw a snap on version for over 3000 and it looked similar to this. So if this one is utter crap, I'll skip on it and take the knuckles and lower arms and such to midas and see what they charge. But I'd MUCH rather do this on my own. And after pounding out 4 upper control arm mount sleeves, I'm sure my neighbors would appreciate this quieter approach a bit more than rattling the building with a 3 lb hammer and a cold chisel for a couple hours on my porch. Other than the noise, that went by well. Just wanted some input from guys who may know of problems I would run into with a press like this. http://www.canadiantire.ca/browse/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCT%3C%3Eprd_id=84552444334 8629&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=1408474396685321&bmUID= 1377109687235

- Is it low quality ? will it damage my parts, or will my parts damage it ? I don't want it to slip while doing a front wheel bearing. Will I have to secure this medieval crusher to the floor, or can I just hide it in the closet when done with it ?
I dont want any surprises, just trying to cover my bases and keep my parts a home affair..
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