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giorgio67

original front upper bushes

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Hi friends,

does anyone know where I can find the original rear lower link bushes for my car?

I was looking for some time but I found nothing from Uk specialist.

I need to finish my suspension rebuild and the only place I've found them is RD Enterprises from USA, too expensive and they seems remanufactured parts to me, so I'm not sure regardind the rubber hardness (shore).

Any help?

Thanks as always

Cheers

Giorgio

http://www.rdent.com/images/79d4042s.jpg

PS: I don't know how to modify the topic title, sorry for the mistake. (rear lower link bushes)

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Hi,

Email steve at s.j sportscars cant see him having a problem getting these to you,

regards Danny,

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I got some of my bushes from JAE in the US as it was the only place I could find them. They weren't expensive but I don't know whether they stock the ones you want Giorgio?

Cheers, Paul.

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My guess is also SJSportscars :pirate:

I'm need of front anti-roll bar bush set, just send email to Steve, they have excellent service :)

Btw are those from Triumph :thumbsup:

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I need the REAR LOWER LINKS bushes, If I rember correctly they are not available from SJ ( still not listed on the catalogue, only polybushes).

From RD are 35 USD so 140 for the set....nonsense price for me.

Ciao

Giorgio

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I had great trouble finding these bushes when I had an S2 some years back. They where out of production, no one had stock (including SJ). I eventually tracked a set down as old stock at Fiber Glass services. Don't know what the situation is today, but sounds like they could still be out of production.

Good luck

Malc

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