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Where can I get a set of a-arm bushings? How many do I need? Are they the same as control arm bushings? I want to replace them all so it hopefully fixes a problem that im having.
 

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Re: Polyurethane Bushings (kreuzer)

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http://www.parts4vws.com stocks the prothane brand. They have a front end set. Somethign like $28

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Re: Polyurethane Bushings (a3vr6vdubber)

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Prothane bushings have a big problem: the centers rust and then they squeak and groan like something's broken in your suspension. (I tell you this from personal experience
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If you're going to replace your stock bushings with poly, go with Powerflex, which have stainless centers. Slightly more expensive but not too much.
You can get them from spatechnique, email Patrick Lynch for prices [email protected]


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Thanks guys for all the replies. Im going to look into it a little further and then make my decision. Anyone try the ECS bushings?


Modified by SHaVedGTi at 1:50 PM 2-17-2004
 
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