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Old 23-10-14, 02:09 PM   #1
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Default Where can I buy anti roll bar bushes?

For a 2.5TD Boxer van, year is 2000.

The main dealers say that they come with the anti roll bar and drop links, the whole kit costs more than 200, ridiculous, when all I need is two new rubber bushes.

I've even looked at the likes of Powerflex etc, who make fancy purple/up rated ones for vehicles, no one seems to make them for a 14 year old Boxer??

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For a 2.5TD Boxer van, year is 2000.

The main dealers say that they come with the anti roll bar and drop links, the whole kit costs more than 200, ridiculous, when all I need is two new rubber bushes.

I've even looked at the likes of Powerflex etc, who make fancy purple/up rated ones for vehicles, no one seems to make them for a 14 year old Boxer??

have you tried ebay
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I'm not 100% sure but I think this is the one??

VECO FRONT ANTI ROLL BAR BUSH OUTER RC49803P TO FIT PEUGEOT BOXER 2.5 94-02 OE | eBay
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sorry I cant help you there why not contact the company and ask if its the correct one,

anything purchased over the phone and internet has a period of that that it can be returned for no reason and get a full refund this is covered under distant selling regulations
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sorry I cant help you there why not contact the company and ask if its the correct one,

anything purchased over the phone and internet has a period of that that it can be returned for no reason and get a full refund this is covered under distant selling regulations
I already have, will post their reply if/when I get the answer.
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My anti-roll bar bushes look similar. Got them from BMS motor factors.
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Well I did mange to buy a pair of bushes, they are made by FAI, their part number is SS7552 and they cost just under a 10 each.

I removed the bolts that hold the clamp around them only to find that the two halves of the clamp still can't be prised apart, it would seem that they have been holed/punched together at the factory.

No wonder Peugeot dealers say that you have to buy a complete new anti roll bar, with said bushes and clamps already on there,....what a crazy situation.

Any tips on how to get these clamps apart? Bearing in mind the confined space I'm working in.
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E7 Expert was the same. Neat Autos do a kit for the E7 Expert where you cut the original clamps off and replace with their new ones along with bushes.
Worth giving them a call, they may do them for the Boxer or better still the Boxer may have the same ARB and bushes.

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E7 just uses the bushes from the previous version with the bracket opened to get the worn ones out you then just reuse the top half of the bracket with the older bushes job done and you generally only do it once

It should not be hard to get suitable bushes if you get the old one out to compare I even got bushes for the bongo used a mk2 escort bush
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