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Old 17-02-13, 05:12 PM   #1
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One of mine has gone so im looking at buying another. I bought a pair for my last 407 and had one fitted and it lasted a month before it was banging about again. The last one was just polyurethane with a metal insert so im avoiding these but i see there are now some with a metal outer sleeve. Anyone had any experience of these or can reccomend a particular one as dont want to be changing it after a month again.

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Old 17-02-13, 05:25 PM   #2
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The only way these bushes will last is to fit the suspension housing with the bush already in it. They were not designed to be fitted seperately. Anyway these bushes don't fail with low mileage. Its always high mileage they fail at.

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can you buy the bush from peugeot David ??If yes any idea on price ?
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can you buy the bush from peugeot David ??If yes any idea on price ?
Nope. It comes as part of the housing.

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Yeah and my 407 is on 138K which is about when the last 407 ones went.

Problem with the housing is its 300. The bush just 25
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trying to think what we used to use on the auld cortina's that used void bushes.
similar system in that the bush fits into the suspension and a bolt goes through the middle to hold it all together
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this one reckons its better quailty

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comes with a 2 MONTH guarantee, not much that is it ????
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Seb,
How do you know when the bush is on it"s way out?...grinding? squeaking?
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My local dealer told me they are fitting bushes from a different car make to help customers fix their cars for reasonable money. Noone really wants to cash out for a completely new part due to the eccesive cost.

David: Why will it not last if you just change the bush? At least if you get a OE spec bush I can't see the difference.
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