Originally Posted by drastic95
Would have been nice with a DIY
Here is a mini DIY .....
This is what you will see with the stock bushings in place
Pull out the diff and you will see this
Air chisle out the old bushings like so
Or cold chisle it out like this
Once they are both out which should take 10 mins tops it will look like this
Now take the old stock bushings and burn out the rubber as you will re use the center tube
After all burned it will look like this and now you can just peel off the burnt rubber and toss the outer ring
Now just pop in the new bushings by hand and reinstall the diff as you normally would and remember this is not a press fit but rather a sandwich fit so it all fits loose until you torque every thing down then it will compress making the fit tight as can be.
This is the center metal tube piece you will re use
Here is the final product
Now lower down the car and go enjoy your wheel hop free Lexus/Supra!
The difference will be noticed right away as soon as you put the hammer down as the rear diff stays planted under any condition and Lexus/Toyota built these cars with comfort and luxury in mind not getting all the power to the pavement so they were far to soft to begin with then add in 15 years of age and use and I would say almost all of them need replaced by now even if your car is stock and this is often overlooked which is crazy because this is one of the most critical bushings that need upgraded or replaced on our cars.
Your car will launch much much better and we have tested these on 1000+ whp supras with no issues thus far and the warranty is good for the lifetime of the car as long as you are the one who originally purchased them.