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best place to buy new wishbones

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by cabriolet, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. cabriolet

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    as title for my 1998 a3
     
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  3. Mpathe

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    Eurocarparts or gsf, about 35 pounds each I think
     
  4. cabriolet

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    are they any good ford pattern ones are rubbish just wondered if these were the same
     
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    that's where I can't help as s3 wishbones are alot dearer and is cheaper to just replace the bushes but for an a3 it easy to buy 2 new wishbones but you could also just replace the bushes in them if you wanted.
     
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    Part number : 1J0407151C

    From Audi or TPS
     
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    £175 each for the S3 :puke::puke:
     
  8. cabriolet

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    christ how much thats scary factors here i come
     
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    A3 front wish bone rear bushes are about £5 each from GSF but are the voided type... the later TT solid type bushes (I have these in mine) are £8.50+vat each

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