Code: Z311-B
Rev. A
Fitting Instructions
Application:
KSR206 - Subaru Impreza/WRX & Sti.
KSR207 - Subaru Liberty/Legacy,
BL/BP, 09/03-on, Impreza/WRX, Forester 08 - on
Always refer to current catalogue for full application listing.
Contents: KSR206
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4 x driver-side half bushes
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1 x passenger-side bush
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2 x driver-side metal tubes
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1 x grease sachet
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1 x bush removal tool kit (includes ‘cup’, bolt, nut & washer)
Contents: KSR207
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4 x driver-side half bushes
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1 x passenger-side bush 67086 46mm Inside diameter
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1 x passenger-side bush 60961 48mm Inside diameter
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2 x driver-side metal tubes
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1 x grease sachet
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1 x bush removal tool kit (includes ‘cup’, bolt, nut & washer
Fig. 1
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1. Raise front of the vehicle and support on safety chassis stands.
2. Remove any undercarriage guards and braces.
3. Undo and remove steering rack mounting bolts and brackets.
4. Undo and remove bottom steering shaft coupling bolt, and slide
steering rack input shaft out of the coupling, refer Fig. 2.
5. Remove passenger side bush bracket bolts and bracket, refer Fig 7.
This bush can be easily removed by hand.
6. Remove driver side bushes. Use bush removal tool kit supplied to
extract 2 driver (pump) side bushes, refer Fig. 3. Use fully threaded
bolt to extract bush into the cup. Repeat for the second driver’s side
bush.
7. With all bushes removed, clean all surfaces of all dirt and apply
grease supplied to all mounting surfaces and bushes.
8. Install all 4 half-bushes on drivers side, refer Fig 4.
9. Push 2 metal tubes into new drivers side bushes, refer Fig. 5.
Note: KSR207 kit contains two passenger side bushings to
cover varying rack sizes. Measure passenger side
steering rack tube diameter to determine the suitable
diameter bushing to use.
10. Select the suitable size diameter bush and install over the rack
housing making sure the small dimple on the outter face of the bush
locates into the retaining bracket plate, refer Fig 6
11. Slide steering rack input shaft back into the coupling, and tighten the
locking bolt. Refer Fig 2.
12. Assemble all steering rack mounting brackets and bolts. Tighten
driver’s side first, then passenger’s side bolts to manufacturer’s
recommended torque settings.
13. Refit any undercarriage guards and braces, and safely lower the
vehicle.
14. It is advisable to check wheel alignment settings, and adjust as
required.
15. Check & re-tension all fittings again after 100kms travelled.
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
DIMPLE
Fig. 6
Warning: Please drive carefully while you accustom yourself to the changed vehicle behaviour.
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