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Old September 15th, 2018, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Polyurethane subframe bushings??

The subframe bushings on my 2006 gs are dry and shriveled. Do we have an aftermarket option? Or has anyone used some from a different Mitsubishi with success?
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Old September 15th, 2018, 10:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Yeah, they come when you buy the poly motor mounts
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Will be the cheapest place you can find them, included with the poly mounts
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How long would you say it takes to replace and any special tools needed?
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On the side note of motor mounts, has anyone ever found an alternative for the hydraulic mount on the passenger side?
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How long would you say it takes to replace and any special tools needed?
Depends on if your bolts are stuck or not. Mine took a couple hours, because I had a nut inside the subframe break. Ended up drilling a hole and putting a nut in from behind to get my rear mount back in. The front mount and subframe bushings were simple though, done in a few minutes

You'll want a vice or a press. But you can potentially press the old bushings out and new ones in without it depending on how stuck they are
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I'm talking about the actual bushings that marry the entire subframe to the chassis. Not the ones included with the front mounts. Already have every single poly bushing on my GS. I may just have to order some oem ones from mitsubishi.
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Can you take a pic of what bushing your talking about?
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