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Rear hub bushes

Postby Trd Shane » Mon Mar 10, 2014 8:14 pm

Hey just had the car up on a ramp checking everything and noticed a bit of play in the back wheels which I tracked down to be rear hub bushes after ringin around loas of places trying to source them and nothing I later found out they had to be bought as a complete hub from Toyota ... Anyway after a bit more searching I sourced aftermarket ones from a lad on eBay ...

Just wondering has anybody done this and are they hard to come out considering there not a changeable part going from what Toyota said


And do the aftermarket ones last that long or am I wasting my time ???


Any info or tips on how to do them would be great help as I'm tackling them next week along with diff mounts any info/tips on installation on these be great too

Thanks in advance
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Re: Rear hub bushes

Postby beamsteza » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:01 pm

Can be bought off ebay 21 pound each just google is200 axle stub bushes.

Easy to replace any garage will do them one ya have them.

They can be bought in Galway there 40 each iv got them done on a few tezzas.
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Re: Rear hub bushes

Postby Trd Shane » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:02 pm

martinb7793 wrote:Can be bought off ebay 21 pound each just google is200 axle stub bushes.

Easy to replace any garage will do them one ya have them.

They can be bought in Galway there 40 each.


Yeah bought them off the lad in Galway will be doing them next week do you need to take hub of the car to press them out ??
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Re: Rear hub bushes

Postby beamsteza » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:05 pm

No just move the track control arms away from axel easy job just bate them out if ya don't have the bushing pullers then use a treades bar some washers and a big socket to pull them back threw

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Re: Rear hub bushes

Postby adam » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:15 pm

Got mine from nick very cheap part and just goes to show toyota here are a scam

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Re: Rear hub bushes

Postby Trd Shane » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:20 pm

martinb7793 wrote:No just move the track control arms away from axel easy job just bate them out if ya don't have the bushing pullers then use a treades bar some washers and a big socket to pull them back threw



Happy days yeah have made up threaded bar with a big and small socket one to pugs and one to receive so hopefully all works out :D cheers lad


adam wrote:Got mine from nick very cheap part and just goes to show toyota here are a scam


Would not of thought he could have gotten them never even thought of asking cause Toyota told me they could not be got anywhere ...
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Re: Rear hub bushes

Postby Trd Shane » Mon Mar 10, 2014 9:21 pm

martinb7793 wrote:No just move the track control arms away from axel easy job just bate them out if ya don't have the bushing pullers then use a treades bar some washers and a big socket to pull them back threw



Ever done the diff mounts does the diff have to be lowered or can you do one at a time
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