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[*] posted on 3-8-2005 at 11:11 PM
URETHANE control arm bushings. All sorted out !


I searched and found that lots of ppl have questions and a few ppl have these but no one seems to know for sure what they come from or what the right #s are ...

paseo
front-spf 1888k
rear - spf 1906k

starlet
front- spf 1905k
rear - spf 1906K

Anyone know for sure what # fits the 1991 tercel ??

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UPDATE: After going on what GT_REVVA and a few others said I ordered the paseo bushings and they fit perfect. No messing around at all .

Part#'s are for both sides and "front" and " rear" meens front and rear of the front control arm... just so no one gets confused.

paseo
front-spf 1888k
rear - spf 1906k

Where to buy:

http://www.superpro.com.au

GLOBAL PERFORMANCE PARTS
4554 128TH STREET
Michigan 49423 (no city listed)
FAX: 616 399 9174 PHONE: 616 399 9025
http://www.globalperformanceparts.com
email: glennd@globalperformanceparts.com

NOTE: You have to reuse some parts from the old bushings and your U-brackets so do not throw out.

Also. It appears that the front bolt in the control arm tends to strip or brake so do everything you can to avoid this. Soak down with penatrating oil days in advance and use heat when removing. It will save you alota work in the end.

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[Edited on 24-8-2005 by Ter-cellular-drone]
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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 01:20 PM


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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 03:49 PM


i thought paseo/tercel/starlet had the same suspension!?!



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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 03:57 PM


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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 04:12 PM


I think the ones in my Vectored Velocity Racing control arms are from Whiteline -wt-



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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 05:15 PM


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Originally posted by ugabuga
i thought paseo/tercel/starlet had the same suspension!?!


they pretty much do...
it's just the diameter of the front bushing on the starlet that is different... it's bigger... i know because i have the starlet Super-Pro bushings on my '95 tercel, & i had to shave them a bit to fit them in... they were part # spf 1905k...
i got them through Vectored Velocity Racing...
if yours are blue, they are probably Super-Pro... Whiteline are yellow, and the rear bushing is offset w/ a custom shackle & bolts...-deal-

anyway, the spf 1888k are the front ones for the paseo/tercel...
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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 05:50 PM


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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 07:35 PM


Thanks guys !!

It's good to have a for sure answer and gtriva and estabon23 names that we can all trust...

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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 07:57 PM


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Originally posted by ugabuga
i thought paseo/tercel/starlet had the same suspension!?!


they pretty much do...
it's just the diameter of the front bushing on the starlet that is different... it's bigger... i know because i have the starlet Super-Pro bushings on my '95 tercel, & i had to shave them a bit to fit them in... they were part # spf 1905k...
i got them through Vectored Velocity Racing...
if yours are blue, they are probably Super-Pro... Whiteline are yellow, and the rear bushing is offset w/ a custom shackle & bolts...-deal-

anyway, the spf 1888k are the front ones for the paseo/tercel...
--- steven


Whiteline now uses Super PRO only. When I bought my anti-lift kit the bushes were yellow and the Super Pro is blue which I just received for the front control arm bushes. Part # SPF1905K Starlet will fit the 87-90 Terc control arms and Part # SPF1906K Paseo will fit the later model cars without shaving.
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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 07:58 PM


BTW there is an outfit in Michigan that sells the Super Pro bushes for the Paseo.
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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 09:06 PM


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[*] posted on 4-8-2005 at 09:19 PM


Quote:
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Whiteline now uses Super PRO only. When I bought my anti-lift kit the bushes were yellow and the Super Pro is blue which I just received for the front control arm bushes. Part # SPF1905K Starlet will fit the 87-90 Terc control arms and Part # SPF1906K Paseo will fit the later model cars without shaving.


now i'm confused again...
i thought spf1906k was the rear bushing...?
then what is the spf1888k for...?
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[*] posted on 5-8-2005 at 09:11 AM


Will check for the name of the company in Michigan. The SPF1906K is the replacement rear bushing. The anti-lift rear bushing is different because the holes are offset. Trevor can verify if the SPF1888K which is the front Paseo bushing has the same size as the SPF1906K. What is known for sure is that the Starlet and the 87-90 Terc use the SPF1905K and these bushes are larger than the SPF1906K.
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[*] posted on 5-8-2005 at 11:19 AM


I posted this info about a month ago. Front inner is SPF1905K. Rear Inner is SPF1906K both for the same control arm, they are not separate units for different arms. These part numbers are listed for use with Starlet numbers EP82,EP85 and EP91 from the Super-Pro site, but the SPF1906K is an exception because it can also be used only for the REAR INNER for Paseo EL44.
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Quote:
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now i'm confused again...
i thought spf1906k was the rear bushing...?
then what is the spf1888k for...?
-puzz- ---steven



still slightly confused...-irked-

ok, then... as i understand it, the SPF1906K is the rear D-shaped bushing for any tercel/paseo/starlet...

87-90 tercels (& starlet) require the SPF1905K round 2-piece front bushing because of the larger mounting...

and SPF1888K is the round 2-piece front bushing for 91+ tercels & paseos...

please correct me if this is wrong...
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