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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Thanks guys yea i posted over on the other forum. I appreciate all the good info OneFast...
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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Thanks guys yea i posted over on another forum. I appreciate all the good info OneFast

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    About half done now. The trailing arm bushing was simple once I drilled all around the bushing. The other bushing took much more time I was doing the drilling trick then realized the sawzal up between the bushing worked very very well. It was going great got one bushing out then my battery for my drill/sawzall shit the bed on me. So, that put the work to a halt I will need to pick one up tomorrow. The real issue im having is getting the sleeve out. That thing is in there damn good!

    One... what do you mean by the durga?

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Fixed. I generally drilled out enough rubber to fit in the sawzall and then sawed around the center sleeve.

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    ^^^^revshift, after being in Mexico and over run by Canadians everywhere...couple Canadian broads even snubbed the wife and I. But ultimately you make the final decision. No offense at all to you thunder, your country is doing well as you know the current value of the dollar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mn800r
    ^^^^revshift, after being in Mexico and over run by Canadians everywhere...couple Canadian broads even snubbed the wife and I. But ultimately you make the final decision. No offense at all to you thunder, your country is doing well as you know the current value of the dollar.
    Don't understand where your going with this but I do a good job supporting American company's and helping with the American economy along with many other Canadians on this form

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Quote Originally Posted by 2007ThunderV View Post
    Revshift,
    wondering if you can give me a package price on rear cradle bushings, trailarm bushings, rear control arm bushings, diff mount, trans mount and motor mounts, basically every bushing you make for the v,
    want all in in red(95a hardness)
    iam not sure if i need your heat sleves for the motors mounts as i have jet coated kooks long tubes
    i just left you a voicmail with my number, iam jon from canada.
    There's something wrong with your brain if you think they're going to give you special treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyLogic

    There's something wrong with your brain if you think they're going to give you special treatment.
    Not lookin for special treatment lol lookin to see if they ship to Canada and a final price for everything shipped to my door
    Thanks for input fuzzy but my post was for rev shift

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    The dude is just asking for a volume discount, don't see how anyone could possibly get excited/ upset or nationalistic (the weirdest reaction). The request is out of place here, though. Best to email or PM them directly.
    philistine and philistine like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAMSTAR
    The dude is just asking for a volume discount, don't see how anyone could possibly get excited/ upset or nationalistic (the weirdest reaction). The request is out of place here, though. Best to email or PM them directly.
    Yea I didn't think I was out of line but I guess a few people have nothing better to do then try to blast people for nothing

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Quote Originally Posted by 2007ThunderV View Post
    Not lookin for special treatment lol lookin to see if they ship to Canada and a final price for everything shipped to my door
    Thanks for input fuzzy but my post was for rev shift
    Then why don't you talk to Revshift directly instead of posting your personal request for all of us to sift through?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyLogic

    Then why don't you talk to Revshift directly instead of posting your personal request for all of us to sift through?
    What is your deal man I cleared my post relax
    I did t see it as a problem considering its a revshift thread but oh well sorry to inconvience you
    By the way thanks revshift for the the great customer service can't wait to install everything

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Does anybody know which directions the cradle bushings come out. Top or Bottom?

    I'm planning on not destroying them when i do the Revshift install. I'm going to just use a puller and a large 1" drive socket and pull them through If my assumptions are correct that they can come out either way.

    Thanks.

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Quote Originally Posted by barrok69 View Post
    Does anybody know which directions the cradle bushings come out. Top or Bottom?

    I'm planning on not destroying them when i do the Revshift install. I'm going to just use a puller and a large 1" drive socket and pull them through If my assumptions are correct that they can come out either way.

    Thanks.
    I have no idea what the answer to your question is, but I'm interested in hearing how this works out..

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    Re: REVSHIFT Rear Cradle Busings

    Barrok69: I wish you the best of luck pulling them from what I understand is that not even with the cradle removed have people had luck pressing them out. The problem is that there is a little bit of a lip on the bottom almost like the sleeve is rolled out slightly and on the top there is extra rubber like two longer "nubs" i guess you could call them nubs that stick over the lip. I am not sure either way would work well but if I was to attempt it I would think that pulling down may be the only physical way to do it. I would assume you would have to cut the extra rubber at the top though.

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