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Whiteline handling pages

Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Mon Sep 03, 2007 1:17 am

i noticed awhile back that whiteline had taken this down from the whiteline website. currently, I'm on my old computer, and when i was looking though it, i found the pdf file on their car kit with some good information.

http://www.mediafire.com/?emsdx9edyoe

i believe these are still available on the whiteline website, but its a good 3 page article on alltrac handling.

pg.1 - http://img206.imageshack.us/img206/1899 ... 85adu0.jpg
pg.2 - http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/2623 ... 85btq2.jpg
pg.3 - http://img206.imageshack.us/img206/4184 ... 85csf4.jpg

now they are preserved, in case whiteline redoes their website

enjoy :smokes:

Edit: here are all of the whiteline and superpro part numbers for anyone who needs a quick reference....

Double Edit: for those replacing rear control arm bushings, make sure your outer rear control arm bushings are the OEM spherical bushings, NOT the superpro's poly bushings. the part number you need is 42210-14010 (1sttoyotaparts has the best price ive seen)
http://www.planetcampbell.us/SphericalB ... ement.html

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SuperPro SPF1435K Front Control Arm Lower - Front Bushing
SuperPro SPF1320K Front Control Arm Lower - Rear Bushing
SuperPro SPF1335-_K Front Sway Bar Mount To Chassis Bushing
SuperPro SPF2730K Rear Control Arm - Inner Front Bushing
SuperPro SPF1221K Rear Control Arm - Inner Rear Bushing
SuperPro SPF2263K Rear Control Arm - Outer Bushing
SuperPro SPF2731K Rear Control Arm - Outer Bushing
SuperPro SPF2264K Rear Control Arm Lower - Inner Front Bushing
SuperPro SPF2265K Rear Control Arm Lower - Inner Rear Bushing
SuperPro SPF0462-_K Rear Sway Bar Mount To Chassis Bushing
SuperPro SPF0823K Rear Trailing Arm - Bushing Kit
Whiteline ST185 AWD-Turbo BTR29 20mm Rear Sway Bar(non-adjustable)
Whiteline ST185 AWD-Turbo BTR29Z 20mm Rear Sway Bar(adjustable)
Whiteline ST185 AWD-Turbo Front Camber adj bolt kit-17mm KCA417 (+/- 1.5 deg)
Whiteline ST185 AWD-Turbo Rear Camber adj bolt kit-15mm KCA415 (+/- 1.5 deg)
Whiteline ST185 AWD-Turbo Front Spring-coil lowering kit - Control 71602
Whiteline ST185 AWD-Turbo Rear Spring-coil lowering kit - Control 79213
Whiteline ST185 KSB546 Front Strut Tower Brace –adjustable alloy
Whiteline ST185 KSB547 Rear Strut Tower Brace –adjustable alloy

ST165
SPF1044K Front Control Arm Lower - Front Bushing
SPF1363K Front Control Arm Lower - Rear Bushing
SPF1364K Front Control Arm Lower - Rear Bushing
SPF1365K Front Control Arm Lower - Rear Bushing
SPF1365AK Front Control Arm Lower - Rear Bushing
SPF1335-_ _K Front Sway Bar Mount To Chassis Bushing
SPF1220K Rear Control Arm - Outer Bushing
SPF2372K Rear Control Arm - Outer Bushing
SPF2263K Rear Control Arm - Outer Bushing
SPF2265K Rear Control Arm Lower - Inner Bushing
LP8001 Rear Sway Bar Link Complete Rod OE Replacement
SPF0331-_ _K Rear Sway Bar Mount To Chassis Bushing
SPF2264K Rear Toe Control Arm - Inner Bushing
SPF0823K Rear Trailing Arm - Bushing Kit
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Front Anti-lift/caster kit - lwr c/arm KCA376 (adds +1.0 deg caster plus anti-lift)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Front Bump stop-high performance 20mm W0922 (54 L x 68 W)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Front Caster adj kit - control arm KCA342 (adds +1.0 deg)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Front Spring-coil lowering kit - Flatout 72801A
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Front Spring-coil lowering kit - Control 73198
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo BTF73 27mm Front Sway Bar(non-adjustable)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo BTR78 20mm Rear Sway Bar(non-adjustable)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo BTR78Z 20mm Rear Sway Bar(adjustable)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Rear Bump stop-high performance 20mm W0922 (54 L x 68 W)
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Rear Spring-coil lowering kit - Control 73199
Whiteline ST165 AWD-Turbo Rear Spring-coil lowering kit - Flatout 73229
Whiteline ST165 KSB612 Front Strut Tower Brace –adjustable alloy
Whiteline ST165 KSB613 Rear Strut Tower Brace –adjustable alloy
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Last edited by Denver_whiteST185 on Tue Apr 29, 2008 10:43 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Sat Dec 22, 2007 8:47 am

I edited the first post with a quick reference of all the part numbers for whiteline products and superpro bushings
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Postby Toxygene » Wed Aug 27, 2008 2:31 am

I noticed that the Whiteline and Noltec websites have converged. I wonder if this will affect availability of their parts for our cars?
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Postby rx7t » Fri Nov 07, 2008 4:44 pm

just need to know the part number for the bush ....on the hub carrier
on the link there a pics of a wheelhub and it replace the small spherical bush,,, but on that part there two small and one big bushing,, so what is the part number of the big bushing superpro its blue on the pics,,thx
i own an st165..
and there three p/n for rear control arm bush ,,just want to order the right one
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Postby RafaCalde » Tue Nov 11, 2008 10:55 pm

where we purchase those superpro bushings from?
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Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 7:24 am

josh at 185performace is an awesome guy, and he sells them.

http://www.185performance.com/store/sel ... xus/celica

if you have or already have a whiteline rear swaybar (or some other aftermarket piece) then you don't have to worry about the rear swaybar bushings.
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Postby **BETSY** » Fri Apr 17, 2009 5:36 pm

Any chance the broken links for the write-up above, can get fixed?

TIA
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Postby Denver_whiteST185 » Tue Apr 21, 2009 9:05 pm

what broken links? they all work for me...
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Postby **BETSY** » Wed Apr 22, 2009 5:44 am

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Postby goga59 » Tue Aug 25, 2009 7:21 am

Hi!
I just can not understand how any bushing "whiteline" please show the picture from any :(

Please correct me if I'm wrong:)
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Postby goga59 » Thu Aug 27, 2009 9:23 am

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Postby bozo-merlin » Thu Aug 27, 2009 4:07 pm

Yes, it's good, you forget to circle one we can't see on the rear hub itself, but it's part of the SPF2263K anyway.


If you have or plan to buy a whiteline rear sway bar don't buy the SPF0462K, whiteline give them as their bar are bigger.
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Postby goga59 » Fri Aug 28, 2009 2:23 am

bozo-merlin wrote:Yes, it's good, you forget to circle one we can't see on the rear hub itself, but it's part of the SPF2263K anyway.


If you have or plan to buy a whiteline rear sway bar don't buy the SPF0462K, whiteline give them as their bar are bigger.



Thank you for your help! you are very good man :)
I want to buy the whole set except stabilizer!
As I understand buying stabilizer "Whiteline" bushings are included?
Please help make a list of hubs that I need! I can not order parts because of ignorance of the language :(
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Re: Whiteline handling pages

Postby celigts » Mon Aug 22, 2011 10:09 pm

Has anyone bought a package from them? Like the works or something. Im looking to strengthen my rear for handling andgeneral durability. And this is very interesting to me
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