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    my front bush has perished and i was wondering whether its worth getting the full kit and doing it all at once?
    im after some powerflex ones too as i have had nothing but quality from them in the past.
    anyone know anywhere i can get some for a decent price? thanks
    e36 318i 1.9CC
     
     

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    thanks mods for moving it.. and sorry! haha
    e36 318i 1.9CC
     
     

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    2nd post of yours i've moved lol
    no biggie, but have a quick look round the site and see all the sub forums and have a think what best goes where
    there is a search button just under the site banner so have a lil play with that too

    powerflex bushes are great for bmws imo...i've found ebay to give a good idea about competitive prices
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    thanks for being patient with me mate! and yeah ill check out egay
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    Might want to have a read of this thread I started a few days ago http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...bushes-t73450/
     
     

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    legend mate. will proberbly go for a full powerflex set up as i really cannot be bothered replacing them again!
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    I am contemplating a full powerflex setup, would it put extra stress on my shocks etc becasue of the extra stiffnes?
     
     

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