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Polybush Dogbone Mount Insert Guide - MK3 Leon

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Guide now located in the new resources section of the site

 
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Great guide thanks for doing this.

For those who are new to the Dog Bone Mount replacement there are other types that have a very different fitting method, for example the Revo one is a replacement part and comes with a tool.

Details of how to fit those can be found on Youtube.
 
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Paul B2010

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Hi

To anybody that has fitted this insert, I would love to hear your feedback on how easy or difficult the insertion was (no innuendo intended!). I'm asking because I just fitted the Powerflex on a 2014 Mk3 Cupra and I was expecting a little bit of persuasion to be needed with the insertion, even after greasing with supplied grease, and i was so surprised how easy it shot up there. I had version 1 fitting and the Powerflex item was PFF85-830. Past experience with the Mk2 variant, i remember easing up with a jack and piece of timber to finish the insertion, it was that tight. Did anybody else have an easy time with this?
 

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Hi

To anybody that has fitted this insert, I would love to hear your feedback on how easy or difficult the insertion was (no innuendo intended!). I'm asking because I just fitted the Powerflex on a 2014 Mk3 Cupra and I was expecting a little bit of persuasion to be needed with the insertion, even after greasing with supplied grease, and i was so surprised how easy it shot up there. I had version 1 fitting and the Powerflex item was PFF85-830. Past experience with the Mk2 variant, i remember easing up with a jack and piece of timber to finish the insertion, it was that tight. Did anybody else have an easy time with this?
When doing mine it did pretty much slot right in without any resistance. So long as it doesn't move about once it's in it should be fine.
 
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