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Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by darcar, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. darcar
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    my mot test indicated that i need to replace the rear, nearside and offside anti-roll bar synthetic mountings, can anyone give me advice on how to do this, or costs involved.
    thanks.
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    Hi
    new rear anti roll bar
    im sure the bushes dont come seperate
    and a lot of people go for an S4 bar i think there around £80 and not bad to fit
    while your there make sure the links are good there not exspensive so renewing them too would be a good idea .
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    I think Paul meant an RS4 rollbar for info.
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    thankyou paul and james, would the rs4 rollbar fit, and what's involved in replacing it.
    cheers
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    Everything is easy to change at least on a lift i cant comment on the floor because i get too use a ramp when ever i want .
    Thanks james i meant RS4 :)
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    I've not done it. but you'll need a full ramp or drive on ramp, you can't jack it and put it on stands as you need the weight on the wheels to fit the new one.
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