Bushings Upgrade For WRX
To remove the diff mount, the driveshaft has to come out.
The driveshaft, the trailing arm, and the diff mount are just about out.
The trailing arm rear bushing in the knuckle is pressed out.
The Whiteline bushing is greased up and replaces the old rubber part.
Next, the diff mount bushing is pressed out.
It is also replaced by a Whiteline urethane part.

6 comments

  1. I have a lot of the same parts on my 2005 WRX and absolutely love them. One question, if you needed to replace the rack is there a reason you guys didn’t upgrade to the 2015+ rack? There’s a bit of fabrication needed to make it work on a GD but I’m really glad I did it.

    Keep the GD WRX updates coming, I’m really enjoying them.

  2. Hello MotoIQ. I’ve just wrapped up doing front lower control arm front, front ALK, rear lateral links, and lateral arm bushings from whiteline in my 1999 Subaru RS. I have already had the Roll Center Adjuster kit a few years now.

    I haven’t driven the car yet, but what is your take on these parts “binding”? There’s a lot of info about urethane binding on the net, but I figured Whiteline has taken this into account…or have they? Thanks in advance!

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