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Re: [T3] Rear torsion Arm bushings?

<x-flowed>You won't regret it, they're fine. And the improvement in roadholding is well worth the trouble (or at least it was on my high mileage T14 US import).
Rgds chris

fess wrote:


I think I've at least made up my mind on this front, since my bigger motor may help trash the part more, I don't want to consume hard to find NOS parts for lightsider cars. And i thnk the squeak of eurothane will annoy the heck out of me. I'm going to go with Chris Wright's advice, and give the aftermarket ones a try. Maybe by the time they wear out, I'll be willing to do the job myself, keeping the costs down. :)

thanks for all the help.


On Jun 23, 2006, at 10:44 PM, Jim Adney wrote:

On 23 Jun 2006 at 11:31, fess wrote:

Hunting down good used ones,  or NOS [ and wondering if they're good?]
is proving to be more trouble than I have time for, so I think I'm back
to the eurothane vs. new replacements choice.

I have one pair (not a complete set of 4) NOS swing axle rear
bushings. They have been in cool dry storage for 30+ years. They are
in good condition. I have them because I bought 4 and couldn't get
them all installed, so I only replaced 2.

I have one of each handedness.

I would have to think about what they are worth to me after all these

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