Thanks for the response. Unfortunately, the subframe
rusted through and broke clean through. The circular
area where the bushing is house is rusty, but still
intact. IE, it did not crack there. Yet. Anyone
have any ideas on how easy or hard it is to locate one
from a yard or reman and install it yourself?
Assuming new bushings as part of the job of course,
and the fact that air tools are available. Again,
thanks for the help.
--- Dave Garber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So did the subframe itself rot out, or did the
> bushing go? If it's just the
> bushing, it's really pretty simple to change and I
> would suggest doing all
> four at once since they're likely shot as well.
> If it's the subframe itself, that's a lot more
> involved but still doable..
> Dave Garber
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dave Ulring" <email@example.com>
> To: "ShoTimes" <Shotimes@autox.team.net>
> Sent: Friday, December 01, 2006 4:56 PM
> Subject: [Shotimes] Subframe Rusted Out - Any and
> all Advise welcome
> > 116k on my 93mtx and snap. Passenger side rear
> arm of
> > the subframe let go. Rusted through is more
> > but now the dilema. Fix or Sell. I have
> > other somewhat major surgeries on old blue, timing
> > belt, fuel pump, plug well seals, but it is
> > tiresome and unless there is an inexpensive way of
> > doing this, it might be going in the paper. I
> have no
> > idea what a new subframe would cost, new or used,
> > I recall subframe bushings going anywhere from
> > Any and all advise is welcome.
> > Depressed Dave in Dayton
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