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Whiteline Rear Differential Bushings 350z and G35

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Whiteline Rear Differential Bushings 350z and G35

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Description

Whiteline Synthetic Elastomer Bushings: Whiteline Synthetic Elastomer Bushings

After extensive development and testing of materials that would offer strength and durability, geometry retention and memory without the harshness, WHITELINE has created a progressive, long-chain Synthetic Elastomer that delivers the combined physical advantages of solid bushings, with the extreme flexibility characteristics of rubber

Part Number: KDT911
Notes: Synthetic Elastomer Bushings; Diff Mounts; Positive Traction Kit
Manufacturer: Whiteline
Position: Rear

Product Category: Suspension Bushings / Mounts

This Part Will Fit:

03-08 Infiniti G35

03-09 Nissan 350z

09+ Nissan 370z

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 4 x 11 in

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