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This is a discussion on Front End Pedders Install (Pics) within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; http://www.noltecsuspension.com/ link redirects you to http://www.whiteline.com.au/Plus/ . This is the real company that is competing with Pedders in Australia. Noltec ...

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    http://www.noltecsuspension.com/ link redirects you to http://www.whiteline.com.au/Plus/. This is the real company that is competing with Pedders in Australia. Noltec may have been their name but no more.

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    Okay so when i get back from the sandbox i want to replace my bushings. I was wondering if pedders will ship to APO? and what parts for the rear?
    GTO EPC27 Front Sway Bar Bushings
    GTO EP3451 Sway Bar Front Link Urethane Bushing
    GTO EP9166 GTO Caster Adjustable Radius Rod Front Bushings

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEp View Post
    Okay so when i get back from the sandbox i want to replace my bushings. I was wondering if pedders will ship to APO? and what parts for the rear?
    GTO EPC27 Front Sway Bar Bushings
    GTO EP3451 Sway Bar Front Link Urethane Bushing
    GTO EP9166 GTO Caster Adjustable Radius Rod Front Bushings
    Thanks for asking about Pedders. As far as the rear, the EP1145 rear subframe bushes and and the EP1157 rear diff insert will firm up the rear of the car by getting rid of the oe rubber mounts and replacing them with urethane. After that the rear LCA's, sway bar end links and sway bar d bushes.

    Look at getting the GTO Street I ($449.99), it's a great bang for the buck. You can also add the EP3451 ($25.89) and EPC 27 ($17.95).

    If you have any more questions, you can contact me direct at dan.m@peddersusa.com. When are you due back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PartsGedder View Post
    Thanks for asking about Pedders. As far as the rear, the EP1145 rear subframe bushes and and the EP1157 rear diff insert will firm up the rear of the car by getting rid of the oe rubber mounts and replacing them with urethane. After that the rear LCA's, sway bar end links and sway bar d bushes.

    Look at getting the GTO Street I ($449.99), it's a great bang for the buck. You can also add the EP3451 ($25.89) and EPC 27 ($17.95).

    If you have any more questions, you can contact me direct at dan.m@peddersusa.com. When are you due back?
    I should be back around the middle or end of july, i'm stationed in germany so thats why i was wondering about shipping to APO cause some places wont. Sounds good, i'll look into that street I. Kinda going crazy with all this stuff i want to do and not being able to touch my car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEp View Post
    I should be back around the middle or end of july, i'm stationed in germany so thats why i was wondering about shipping to APO cause some places wont. Sounds good, i'll look into that street I. Kinda going crazy with all this stuff i want to do and not being able to touch my car.
    I can work with an APO address, no problem. Let's work out what you need and want for the car and get the shipping worked out then. Is the car stateside or in Germany?

    Shoot me an e-mail or PM so we can get into more detail and that way we're not taking Sarges thread too off track.

    Cheers,
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    Hell I dont care...help the guy out man!

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    Thanks Sarge!

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    Dan,
    the car is in germany at the moment. I would like to set the car up so i dont have to worry about anything. I want it to perform well and have a nice ride. I think i will get the Street I package and the other parts for the rear when i can. Thanks for taking time and helping out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEp View Post
    Dan,
    the car is in germany at the moment. I would like to set the car up so i dont have to worry about anything. I want it to perform well and have a nice ride. I think i will get the Street I package and the other parts for the rear when i can. Thanks for taking time and helping out.
    No problem.

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    Talking Hi Sarge & Dan

    i tried to send an email to u Dan but... something wrong i would like to ask some Qs about Pedders coz i baught some parts of them and i want to make sure if i am in need for more parts to performe my car (stability on roads and take off)
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by maidi3000 View Post
    i tried to send an email to u Dan but... something wrong i would like to ask some Qs about Pedders coz i baught some parts of them and i want to make sure if i am in need for more parts to performe my car (stability on roads and take off)
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    Try this email. Which parts did you buy and what do you want the car to do? Have you done any other mods to the car?

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    i send u two emails from maidi3000@yahoo.co.uk check them plz
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    Quote Originally Posted by maidi3000 View Post
    i send u two emails from maidi3000@yahoo.co.uk check them plz
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    I'll check when I get into the office on Monday.
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    Ok I have a question here... I just bought a jack and some jack stands, and am waiting for some cash to flow in before I can order the RR Bushings. I can order the end link and sway bar bushings with what I have left, and was wondering if I should just wait till I have all the parts to throw it up in the air and toss 'em on. Basically what Im asking is, is there any kind of break in for these parts? I would imagine the RR bushings would be most likely to need adjustment, since the other parts dont have as many variables.
    Thanks for the help! And any religious folk feel free to say a prayer to help my car from falling on me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrizioD View Post
    Ok I have a question here... I just bought a jack and some jack stands, and am waiting for some cash to flow in before I can order the RR Bushings. I can order the end link and sway bar bushings with what I have left, and was wondering if I should just wait till I have all the parts to throw it up in the air and toss 'em on. Basically what Im asking is, is there any kind of break in for these parts? I would imagine the RR bushings would be most likely to need adjustment, since the other parts dont have as many variables.
    Thanks for the help! And any religious folk feel free to say a prayer to help my car from falling on me...
    No Not at all, and as for the radius rod bushings there easy to install...Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrizioD View Post
    Ok I have a question here... I just bought a jack and some jack stands, and am waiting for some cash to flow in before I can order the RR Bushings. I can order the end link and sway bar bushings with what I have left, and was wondering if I should just wait till I have all the parts to throw it up in the air and toss 'em on. Basically what Im asking is, is there any kind of break in for these parts? I would imagine the RR bushings would be most likely to need adjustment, since the other parts dont have as many variables.
    Thanks for the help! And any religious folk feel free to say a prayer to help my car from falling on me...
    The endlink and the sway bar bushes can be done before the RR bushes. The RR bushes are pretty straight forward, 5 nuts off, pull the old bush off, add the new washer, new bush on, remaining washers, 5 nuts on. No break in for any of the bits, just an alignemnt after the RR bushes are replaced is suggested.

    BTW - prayer said for safety and extreme lack of gravity while you are under your car. Just be careful and wear safety glasses while your at it.

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    Fantastic. Ordering the parts from Wretched Motorsports up in Massachusetts, cant wait to get those POS factory bushings out of there. Also cant wait for my car to hold a !@#!$%#@ alignment for more than 3 days. Thanks again for the help!
    Last edited by PatrizioD; 07-17-2009 at 08:15 PM. Reason: My grammar sucks

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    Hey Patriziod;

    I have been talking w/ Rob Anderson from Wrenched for the install of the next stage of bits for my suspension. HD strut mounts (after the story of yours), Adjustable radius rods for the front, lower arm adjustables for the rear, and some swank nonbushing swaybar links for the front. I am pumped about getting these bits installed. He still has my Harrop rear diff. I ordered from him a month ago, shit busy times. I am going to let him do the bushings and alignments. I will bring home the Harrop for a day project. Haven't been on this site in sometime, shit I took the silverproject out only one time so far this summer...and she is tired of sleeping. Thanks Patriziod and Sarge for giving me better insight of our cars suspensions. I am hopeing to get a good shine on, get some pics and add them to the car porn in the showem post

    Peace out my GTO hommes

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    Thanks for all the advice guys. Just got the Swaybar and Endlink bushings in, can tell they're primo-quality. As soon as the sun goes down I'm jacking the Goat up and throwing em in there. I'm gonna ask this now, even though I'll probably get the answer when I take apart the tock endlinks... The new bushings have a raised edge around the hole on each side, but one side is larger than the other... which way should these face? Thick rings towards each other, away from each other, both down, both up....
    Anyone without a gun and a knife and a handkerchief and a chapstick get the F%$# out of here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrizioD View Post
    Thanks for all the advice guys. Just got the Swaybar and Endlink bushings in, can tell they're primo-quality. As soon as the sun goes down I'm jacking the Goat up and throwing em in there. I'm gonna ask this now, even though I'll probably get the answer when I take apart the tock endlinks... The new bushings have a raised edge around the hole on each side, but one side is larger than the other... which way should these face? Thick rings towards each other, away from each other, both down, both up....
    Thick rings go towards each other and seat in the strut. Make sure the washers face away from (not cupped towards) the new bushes. No lube on the end link bushes.

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