Yeah I bought that mag. I cant believe it made it in there. That was my 5th year in a row to attend the supra nationals.
So i noticed a little wheel hop in the lexus after the 330hp ls1 install. After taking a look at the bushings I realized the rear diff mounts were broken and the front differential mounts were liquid filled. This amount of movement would allow my driveshaft to hit the body under hard acceleration.
So I made some out of 6061 billet aluminum
Using a hammer the rear diff mounts were easy. The front bushings take the poky tool and the hammer.
You notice the three dents I made with the poky tool and the hammer? That is the relief the bushing needs to pop out since you cannot press them out.
Using a Jack I was able to lower the differential without getting hurt.
Since I chose not to remove the subframe from the car I had to use a piece of steel with a hole in it with a nut and bolt to pull the rear bushings into place.
The fronts are easy to either smack in with a dead blow hammer or a hydraulic press. Total installation time about 3 hours.