ok i recently purchased the tanabe dress-up form n in the box along with the springs were some japanese instructions, and 2 peices of rubber bushings (the bump stopper i guess). uh..i don't know why there's only two of them, shouldn't there be 2 more for rear? i don't remember if the rear should even have any, but in the instructions, i saw a picture of a scissor pointing to the rubber bushing on the celica suspension set duz that mean you should cut the stock ones on the front? because i've seen that done to my stock ones when i had coilovers installed
. on these two rubber bushings there's sort of a ridge or a line that separates the rubber into two different sized peices should i cut there n make 4 rubber peices?...err i dunno i'm just confused and hoping some of you pros could help me. if you got a tanabe spring set, what did you do to the rubber bushing?? or did you know exactly what your mechanic do to them?