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Old 27-10-17, 08:26 PM   #1
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I forgot in my engine mount post, that I discovered a bush in the anti torque link. It was a biatch of a job to locate one, but I finally did from a race component supplier.
I had no idea that there was a separate bush that mounted in the rear mounting. It seems some cars have them and some don't.
I will be fitting it in the morning, and all be well the last vestige of shudder will be gone.
has anyone else had to change theirs or even knew one was there?

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Old 29-10-17, 05:44 PM   #2
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Ho Lee Kow.
It is literally like driving a new car! No exaggeration. Much of the vibration at idle has gone, bar just the faintest hint through the wheel.
I am in awe that a tiny bush/component like that can have such a massive impact on the dynamics.
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Were did you source it from? I still get a bit of a knock from time to time.....I suspect the top mounts need changing and that is on the list of things to do. I'll do the bit of plastic pipe on the anti roll bar bush plate hook and the bar on the subframe that the plate hooks over. Ball joints and droplinks were changed ca 6000km ago, so should still be in good shape.....running out of ideas of where to look

The car has a lot less knocks compared to a few weeks ago, but if this sorts it once for all, I'd be really happy
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Just looked on servicebox and a new one from the dealers come in around 60 euros..
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Were did you source it from? I still get a bit of a knock from time to time.....I suspect the top mounts need changing and that is on the list of things to do. I'll do the bit of plastic pipe on the anti roll bar bush plate hook and the bar on the subframe that the plate hooks over. Ball joints and droplinks were changed ca 6000km ago, so should still be in good shape.....running out of ideas of where to look

The car has a lot less knocks compared to a few weeks ago, but if this sorts it once for all, I'd be really happy
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It is the only place I could find one.
They are something to do with racing parts. I have spoken to them on the phone. Very knowledgeable and interesting.
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It is the only place I could find one.
They are something to do with racing parts. I have spoken to them on the phone. Very knowledgeable and interesting.
They've sold out. Looks like I'll need to go to the main dealer....
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Give them a call.
I believe the guy I spoke to is Ken. He is a really decent person, very helpful.
They might be only temporarily out of stock.
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Give them a call.
I believe the guy I spoke to is Ken. He is a really decent person, very helpful.
They might be only temporarily out of stock.
I ordered one first thing. I had to take the firms car in to have the tyres swapped over, the dealer is a few mins walk from the tyre centre and so I ordered it then. TBH, once the postage is factored in to Belgium, the difference would be so much
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Available on ebay

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Thats a big annoying....did a search and could only find one for a Berlingo on ebay.fr, which looked similar but gave a different ref....but thanks for pointing it out anyway
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