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Thread: DLF products....Delrin/UHMW bushings, SRB sleeves, rear caliper brackets...

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleeper bird View Post
    Nice work man
    Thanks sleeper bird!

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    I have this stuff all in my car from Doug. Huge difference
    They don't call me "SLOWPOKE" for nothin!
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    Me too - it does make a huge difference! Installation is much easier than replacing factory bushings too!
    Matt Haub
    Shootouts: '09 SS 1st | '10 Mod1 2nd | '11 Bracket 3rd | '12 Bracket 1st | 2013 | '14 Bracket 3rd | 2015 | '16 Bracket 1st & Mod2 2nd | 2017 |
    Black '89 5spd - 281K miles, MPx, E85, Alky-Inj RWHP: ? RWTQ: ? Best 1/4mi:12.521, MPH:107.23mph
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    Are the Delrin bushing still available, and...

    Can they be provided without the center hole? The reason I ask is I'd like to offset the center hole, but will need to develop a means of ensuring the bushing won't rotate within the upright bosses. Couldn't find any means of PM, so you may respond directly to toxandale@sbcglobal.net.

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    Hi,
    The steering U-joint kit that you offer, is it the Flaming river part or is it something else?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFox View Post
    Hi,
    The steering U-joint kit that you offer, is it the Flaming river part or is it something else?
    thanks
    Flaming River, plus a custom stainless "stub" and hardware to make it a bolt-on for the Thunderbird.
    Matt Haub
    Shootouts: '09 SS 1st | '10 Mod1 2nd | '11 Bracket 3rd | '12 Bracket 1st | 2013 | '14 Bracket 3rd | 2015 | '16 Bracket 1st & Mod2 2nd | 2017 |
    Black '89 5spd - 281K miles, MPx, E85, Alky-Inj RWHP: ? RWTQ: ? Best 1/4mi:12.521, MPH:107.23mph
    35th Anniversary Auto 46k miles | Red '93 Auto 186k miles
    My Garage

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    Am I doing this right?

    I just registered as a new user and I am trying to make a message land with JayBob.


    I would really like to know if I can still order the rear subframe bushing kit?..UHMW rear subframe bushings - $325 shipped

    I've never seen my mechanic excited to find a part before

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikelincolns View Post
    I just registered as a new user and I am trying to make a message land with JayBob.


    I would really like to know if I can still order the rear subframe bushing kit?..UHMW rear subframe bushings - $325 shipped

    I've never seen my mechanic excited to find a part before

    You have to have 10 posts before being able to private message.

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    Check his earlier post it included his email..

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