Just got around to doing my front ARB bushes, the Audi chap gave me two brackets and two bushes - he mentioned the brackets were modified
anyway...got the car jacked up passenger side first, nice easy access to the 13mm nut holding the bracket on - straight away i noticed this side had an extension to the bracket which holds what i think is an oil pipe - anyway, undo the nut then use the jack to pump up the wishbone, this will release the bottom part of the bracket....you will then need to reach down into the engine bay to undo the nut holding the oil pipe, again 13mm - this will make refitment easier, you then need to push new bush into place and mount the bracket - you'll have to let the jack down so the bracket can re-engage at the bottom, then prob jack it up again to allow the top of the bracket to close so the nut can be replaced - reach back into the engine and refit the oil pipe bracket to the ARB bracket...and your done
as the brackets the dealer gave me were different i wasnt sure if to leave the oil pipe unattached on the other side or not so i refitted using the old bracket and new bush.....
For the drivers side, the dealer brackets were exactly the same so i replaced both the bracket and the bush, this was far easier and required only undoing the nut and removing the old items, worst part was adjusting the jack on the wishbone to allow the new bracket to re-engage - basically the same instructions without an oil pipe to fanny about with
ive prob gone into war and peace here cos i was too lazy to take pics...any questions just ask....safe to say these were far easier than the rear ARB bushes