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Subframe bushes

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Grale1, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. Grale1

    Grale1 Active Member

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    Hi, I need to change my bushes in the subframe as they are pretty cracked on the drivers side, is there any better ones than the standard ones I have seen on eBay? Ill be looking to have this done pretty soon as we'll as getting an s3 arb so I'd do the two at the same time.
     
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    By subframe bushes do you mean the front suspension arm bushes?

    Normally use TT spec solid bushes for the rear bush and a powerflex for the front bush

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  4. Grale1

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    No not them but that was going to be the other one I was going to ask about the tt ones, the ones I am meaning are when the car is on the axle stands there are what looks like 4 bolts that that connects the subframe to the car? Well the one on what I can remember of top of my head is at the back of subframe and its a rubber bush and mine is split
     
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    You talking about the billet subframe bushes that replace the actual subframe bushes at the rear?
     
  6. Grale1

    Grale1 Active Member

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    Yeah I think so, they have a bolt that goes through it and its has rubber round it that has split, so I would think we're on about the same thing
     

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