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Anti Roll Bar Link Fitting

Discussion in 'Handling' started by cheekeemonkey, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. cheekeemonkey
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    Hi

    I had my Audi A4 (2003) serviced at the weekend (£199 deal) and Audi have advised that the anti-roll bar links are worn.

    The car has done 86,000 so can understand this but they wanted £200 to change them which is expensive when the parts are £15 each

    Question please...how easy is it to change these as a DIY job? Do I need any specialist tools? I've searched but can't find anything on the internet that shows me any detail

    Thanks
    CM
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    easy very easy mate a spanner and a star bit unless u got air ratchet,then you can just whizz em off......did mine last week.
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    Thanks vw754

    Did you replace with VAG parts or GSf or similar?

    Thanks
    C
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    genuine, vw are cheaper!
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    Thanks :icon_thumright:

    I'll ring Audi and get a couple on order

    Ho long did it take you to do it? (Just got to plan the time in now!)
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    same as the golf.......try vw they are cheaper........took me about 25 min both sides with airgun an hour tops if ya using a non air tool
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