Amir, @ outback is awesome!! He has owned Older Subaru's :
I forgot to mention these are Super Pro bushing.
Awesome thanks! now I just gotta sort through old threads to get all the part numbers for my specific car before I call.
I'd do it with the diff out so that the bushing (what's left of it) has no load. Two very large washers or make your own cover plates, fill bushing generously with poly/Window Weld, then run the bolt and nut back through the sleeve with the washers/plates on the ends to sandwich the poly while it cures.
of course. otherwise with a bad busing i'm making a new bushing with the center in the wrong spot. I didn't look at it's mounting do I really need to pull the diff? or can I just pull brackets out?