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    drop it
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnie View Post
    drop it

    Lookin at these photos, it looks like it might be ok.
    Like Iv said, cant afford it yet, because if I did lower it, Id want powerflex bushes all round
     
     

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    Definitely drop it, you won't get any rubbing there mate

    If your bushes are ok i'd wait until they need replacing then get powerflexed
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    Definitely drop it, you won't get any rubbing there mate

    If your bushes are ok i'd wait until they need replacing then get powerflexed
    Think some bushes have gone, when I go over certain bumps, it feels like the back end is moving sideways-RTAB maybe?

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    probably RTA's yeah.. I need them done aswell.. only about 30 odd quid for a set of powerflex RTA bushes..
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    Quote Originally Posted by baderlfc View Post
    probably RTA's yeah.. I need them done aswell.. only about 30 odd quid for a set of powerflex RTA bushes..
    Yeah, Iv been lookin at a full set,every bush replacing, comes to about 250 quid
     
     

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    no worries steveyboy
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveyBoy View Post
    Yeah, Iv been lookin at a full set,every bush replacing, comes to about 250 quid
    whats the then? RTA's, front wishbones, front and rear ARBs, subframe bushes?? 5 sets of bushes for £250?? bit steep..

    you ok to fit all them yourself?? if so then not so bad without labour costs!
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    Yeah if you check here and click the car diagram it shows them all...
    And no, Ive got no hope of fitting them so its off to the garage, thats what I mean about not being able to afford it

    Edit: if you open the PDF catalogue page its £217+VAT+delivery
     
     

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