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08-08-2014 05:53 PM
Shute47
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Originally Posted by disciplerocks View Post
I just ordered these, but I got them from Energy Suspension. They have a lip around them so you don't have to glue them. Crappy cell pic but check it:


Oh and rep for the how to. Thanks.

And just in case anyone wants it the part number is 4-1123.

Just picked those up just waiting for delivery how nicely did they break in?
07-31-2014 07:58 AM
Humphrey
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Originally Posted by Templar View Post
I have the massive set preloaded. Siting in my garage.
What?

I did this to my car not to long ago. Had purchased a aftermarket dogbone which was a terrible choice seeing as it went out shortly afterwards. I had kept my original so I purchased the inserts (cannot remember from where atm) and when installing them, I only spit on them and pressed them in by hand. Haven't had any slip outs. Car shifts so much better and that annoying racket when driving is gone.
07-31-2014 05:12 AM
Templar I have the massive set preloaded. Siting in my garage.
07-31-2014 03:56 AM
Luis360 will be doing mine soon. cant wait. 180k on mine and still the oem ones lol
05-06-2014 07:24 PM
Miztaken1312 Doing this today, just an FYI for those doing it in a Mk2, torque spec is 52ft-lb or 70Nm. Mount is exactly the same.
09-30-2012 02:43 PM
bz_1906 Just did mine today. The stock ones were broke so it was hell to get out. Also it was easier catching the rear bolt before the bottom bolt. shifts like a champ now .s
01-23-2012 11:40 PM
brainlessbiker Just did mine tonight. What a pita to get the stock ones out. Car has just under 200k and they were stuck. But what a difference once I changed them! So smooth to shift.
09-17-2011 12:01 AM
Usagi Finally got mine in that i won at FF 2011. Love it!! BUT, a NOTE to anybody who does this to an ATX: The idle in gear is ... intense.
05-03-2011 12:08 PM
jose_51323 Posted via FF Mobilegood write up . It has inspired me to do mine. I'm getting my inserts from massive . They should be here next week . Super excited ! 2004 svtf infa-red, aem cai, borla exhast,eibach sway bars , short thow shifter ,
02-18-2011 12:45 AM
Joshuasvt
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Originally Posted by JPimpin03 View Post
HA HA I've had mine in the pkg for over a year now. I actually took my mount off to put these in, but got frustrated when I coundn't get the stock rubber out...lol. Thanks for the write-up. +rep!
Still in the package...5 years and going. Maybe I will get this done soon...
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