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Old 07-03-2011, 00:34   #7
Wilson9
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This is a great guide.

The trouble i have had though is removing the wishbone from the rear bush, it was solid and took over 2 hours and loads of WD40 to remove, i have the other side to do tomorrow. As the wishbone is under 3 months on the other side it should hopefully be easier.

I have upgraded to Powerflex bushes and will hopefully notice a difference.

Tip, get someone to help if possible as its a nightmare trying to position a ratchet strap and hold the wishbone in place.

5 hours isnt too bad for one side lol

If replacing with poly bushes grease everything with copper grease or similar that wont degrade rubber to stop any unwanted squeaking.

Last edited by Wilson9; 07-03-2011 at 00:41. Reason: more info
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