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Prothane 7-510

BUSHING S-SERIES ENGINE TORQUE STRUT 92-00

Prothane 7-510

311-7-510

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Estimated ship date 03/02/18 if Ordered Today
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Prothane 7-510 BUSHING S-SERIES ENGINE TORQUE STRUT 92-00 $42.99
BUSHING S-SERIES ENGINE TORQUE STRUT 92-00

Prothane 7-510 Details


  • Torque Strut

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    7-510

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    1993-2000 SATURN SC1

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    311-7-510 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great dogbone rehab, a beast to install The Prothane 7-510 is one of very few options for replacing dogbone mounts on a Saturn in 2016. OEM dogbones just aren't around anymore, so the other options are a junkyard part or an aftermarket with almost universal bad reviews. The Prothane inserts can give a slightly harsher vibration than OEM's, but that it is to be expected from a performance suspension part. More importantly, the top engine mount is what accounts for most of the vibration anyway, and OEM's are readily available for that. The price is great - performance part for less than the cost of the pathetic aftermarket dogbones that fail after a couple thousand miles. The BIG DOWNSIDE to this part is the installation. It is just a chunk of urethane, not the strut itself, so you need to remove the old strut, cut out the old rubber with a hacksaw, and chisel out the metal core just to get started. At this point the real work begins. Using a vise, you'll need to clamp the urethane chunk into the old strut using a lot of pressure and a large socket to direct force to whatever corner is sticking. This took me at least an hour for a single strut. I read one account of a guy trying with his scissor jack and wedging the parts under his car, but I cannot imagine doing this job without a vise. The final upside is that they look really cool in red (but you can get black if you're going for the murder'd out look). Even with all the hassle, I think this is the best way to go for dogbones on a Saturn.
    Date published: 2016-02-27
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