Just installed the aluminum rear diff cushion from Mario

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Postby DeeCee » Wed Jul 08, 2009 9:18 pm

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Help? There is a rubber cushion on top of the subframe bushing you have to replace with the nylon bushing
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Postby RedCelicaTRD » Wed Jul 08, 2009 11:41 pm

I didn't put the upper rubber "spacer" back on mine.
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Postby Wolf_Tm250 » Thu Jul 09, 2009 5:07 am

DeeCee wrote:Image

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Help? There is a rubber cushion on top of the subframe bushing you have to replace with the nylon bushing



Mate, 52282 is the spacer for the 2 REAR DIFF front bushings,as you can see from the pics you posted.

But, as I wrote, I was talking about, and my pic is referring to, the REAR SUBFRAME:
so we are talking about 52272!
And mine, ST205 stock, seems to be much thicker... even because it doesn't seem, to me, to be a rubber cushion over the bushing, but one piece.

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Postby DeeCee » Thu Jul 09, 2009 9:29 pm

Apologies, was in a rush yesterday. No matter though.

Maybe it installs bottom up? How thick is the other piece to the bushing?

I only ask as the EPC shows mounting from bottom up.

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Postby Wolf_Tm250 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:57 am

DeeCee wrote:Apologies, was in a rush yesterday. No matter though.



No problem Mate!


Maybe it installs bottom up? How thick is the other piece to the bushing?



Same thing... Mario's cap has the same thickenss of the Mario's cup I showed in the pic...

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Postby Gary ST165 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 8:35 am

i think marios 4 x nylon rear subframe bushings are copied from the ST185...

the ST205 does indeed have a thicker rubber stopper!
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Postby Wolf_Tm250 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 5:13 pm

Discovered!

The higher ST205 spacer is due to a steel disc drowned in the rubber:
that's why I thought a one piece of rubber!

I suppose I have to remove/clean the steel disc from the rubber part and re-use it over Mario's bushings...

Really hope he will chime in! :D
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Postby Wolf_Tm250 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:45 am

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Hi,

I searched ANYWHERE in the 2 ST205 Toyota books I own, but I didn't find the correct torque for the 4 rear subframe bushings' nuts ( 90179-12045 ) and the 2 differential subframe front bushings' nuts ( 90179-12099)...

anyone knows?

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Postby DeeCee » Sat Aug 01, 2009 1:49 am

these ones help? From the ST205 big green book.

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Postby Wolf_Tm250 » Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:02 am

DeeCee wrote:these ones help? From the ST205 big green book.

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Thanks DeeCee... but I have this book, and there are not the torque settings required...

Neither in the Green, nor in the blue book... very strange !!!
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Postby YerRandO » Sat Aug 01, 2009 1:39 pm

There are standard bolt torque specs near the beging of the manual (IN-21) look up the bolt class/size and it gives you specs for it, even has a chart for properly determining bolt class. It's fairly common in service manuals to refer a generic chart for for some fasteners.
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Re: Just installed the aluminum rear diff cushion from Mario

Postby aus jd 2703 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 11:13 pm

thread revival instead of new thread.
looking at Mario's full rear bushing set so 6 for the cradle and the aluminum diff mount.
but im worried about the wear and tear as it will have no give.
has anyone had trouble with durability after installing this kit?
also are the cradle mounts delrin or can you now get a poly option?
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Re: Just installed the aluminum rear diff cushion from Mario

Postby Fox 21 Alpha » Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:27 pm

Has anyone ever figured out the torque settings for the 4 subframe to body bolts? Its not listed in any charts I can find and you can't go by bolt size that I'm away since its studs out of the body and your tightening the nut side of things...
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Re: Just installed the aluminum rear diff cushion from Mario

Postby toayoztan » Mon Feb 11, 2013 5:08 am

Fox 21 Alpha wrote:Has anyone ever figured out the torque settings for the 4 subframe to body bolts? Its not listed in any charts I can find and you can't go by bolt size that I'm away since its studs out of the body and your tightening the nut side of things...


I remember I couldn't find it anywhere also.

I made sure it was pretty snug with antiseize, but I believe I torqued it down to like 80 something...can't remember really, honestly.

You could just see what the crossmembers are torqued down at, and maybe give it a little more.

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Re: Just installed the aluminum rear diff cushion from Mario

Postby DeeCee » Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:04 am

Actually found it after a little research on where the info is.
Toyota ST185 Repair Manual RM176U
Maintenance Section
Rear Suspension lower cross member to body mount bolts: 1280kg-cm / 93ft-lbs / 126Nm

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Edit: RM305U1 USA/Canada has diff torque settings under maintenance:
(4WD Only) Rear Suspension lower cross member to body mount bolts: 9620kgf-cm / 117ft-lbs / 159Nm

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