Track driving puts a lot of stress on the OEM Nissan subframe bushes which are very soft and easily worn. Subframe tramp is particularly noticeable on cars with locking/welded diffs and can cause unpredictable handling and a loose feeling rear end. Fitting solid subframe bushes is the best way to remove all of this slop and to bring some precision back to your car's handling.
These solid subframe riser bushes raise the subframe by 15mm, allowing it to sit flush to the underside of the car. This helps to improve rear traction by allowing the rear alignment arms to sit more parallel to the ground - very important on low cars.
Particularly low cars may require our Geomaster Toe Rods in order to provide sufficient clearance between the arm and the subframe mounting pins. It is recommended that you fit your handbrake cables prior to re-fitting your subframe after installing these bushes as raising the subframe means there is less space to thread the handbrake cables through the designated holes on the subframe.
You will need to cut the OEM subframe bush collars out of the subframe prior to fitting these bushes.