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brig

Gen 7 rear arm bushes

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Hi can any member tell me where I can get some rear suspension arm rubber bushes for my 2003 gen 7

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Yep, Me :)

I sell Polybush bushes.

Which actual bushes do you require?

hi thanks for the reply all it says on my Mot advisory is rear suspension arm rubber bushes

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No press needed to fit them but you may need one to remove them or burn them out?

I'm looking into offering a service for the gen7 Celicas like I do for the gen 4, 5 and 6.

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i thought someone already did this service, was it the guy who does the engine mounts on here? i thought that was you or is it mixer72 or something, i get confused think you both got pics of red celicas as avatars.

i thought one of you guys does a swap takes the old wishbone/trailing arm and swaps it for the polybushed one? im sure this has been mentioned somewhere.

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I do the gen4,5 and 6 arms.

Looking at doing similar for the gen7 if there is a market for it?

Gen7 is a little different with having bushes in the rear hub, all of which I can blast, powder coat re-bush and sell on an exchange basis.

Fair amount of work.

Again I can do it if there is a market for it.

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Bushes for the banana arms are £70 just on there own.

Rear hub bushes £75.

Then powder coating, labour, postage it soon mounts up.

Complete bush kit retails at £336

But it would all be a bolt off bolt on affair.

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Euro car parts don't sell rear hubs or banana arms?

I can sell front wishbones with updated poly bushes for less than euro car parts wishbones.

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Euro car parts don't sell rear hubs or banana arms?

I can sell front wishbones with updated poly bushes for less than euro car parts wishbones.

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I wouldnt worry besty, it seems slys current plan is to be annoying on this type of thread. He's all over mixer72 on his similar thread in another section.

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It's something I'd be interested in - and I reckon a few others with seized camber bolts, as that question is quite regular/common - doing as cheap as possible realistically, without taking on too much work (ie figuring out how to burn out a bush) - was thinking of getting a subframe off AMS and doing it that way as plan A but not sure I want to take on that battle!

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Ok so retail for the entire bush kit includes vat etc is £403.

I sell it for £363

Is that just the front wishbones?

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