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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Jul 31st, 11, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Core support bushings on 69 Camaro.

I tried to search this topic but did not find anything. How do these core support bushings install on the core support and subframe?

Is that metal sleeve on the bushing in the far right of the pic supposed to slip inside of the subframe hole???. If so then i will need to take a file to either the bushing or the subframe hole to make it bigger so that metal sleeve will fit inside.

Here is a pic of the set.


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Re: Core support bushings on 69 Camaro.

Piece on left goes through hole in core support from bottom then bushing on right fits over it on top. Bolt goes in from top with washer and nut inside frame rail.

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Re: Core support bushings on 69 Camaro.

I posted this a while back, it should help.

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This is for a '69, I would expect it's the same for '67 but you might want to check the AIM...

Stacked it goes like this;

Core Support .. Center Mount ..... Rear Mount
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
bolt ............... body (cage nut) .... body - (cage nut)
washer .......... cushion asm ......... cushion asm
cushion ......... sub-frame ............ sub-frame
core support .. cushion ................ cushion
cushion asm .. washer ................. washer
push nut ....... bolt ...................... bolt
frame
washer
lock washer
nut

There are 3 diff cushion asm sizes used and 2 diff cushion sizes used. Be sure you got the right pieces in the right places.
That reads down from the top, the cushion assembly is the one with the sleeve in it and it goes up into the bottom of the core suppport and if it were factory there would be a push on clip (push nut) that holds everything to the core support. Then the whole assembly sits on the subframe with the bolt going through and getting a washer, lock washer and nut.

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I posted this a while back, it should help.



That reads down from the top, the cushion assembly is the one with the sleeve in it and it goes up into the bottom of the core suppport and if it were factory there would be a push on clip (push nut) that holds everything to the core support. Then the whole assembly sits on the subframe with the bolt going through and getting a washer, lock washer and nut.
I am not quite following your stackable guide.

Are any of the bushings supposed to fit on the inside of the frame rail?

Do the bushings sandwich the core support and they all sit on top of the frame rail?
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Piece on left goes through hole in core support from bottom then bushing on right fits over it on top. Bolt goes in from top with washer and nut inside frame rail.
Ahhhh hah....I think I see what you are talking about. Muchas gracias guys!
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Re: Core support bushings on 69 Camaro.

Sandwich the core support on top of frame. Nothing below the framerail but washers and locknut.

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Re: Core support bushings on 69 Camaro.

Brandon already listed it but here's the instructions
http://static.summitracing.com/globa.../ens-17235.pdf

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