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Morning All

Before i start searching, anyone knows where the best place for HD bushs to fit the cranked rear arms on the Hybrid, Looks like 7 Sisters finishes them off, a bit too much play now on the axel ends !! :(

Thanks all

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i use Bearmach blue, easy to fit, quite cheap and lasted well (so far)

I have been told that Superpro make bearmach bushes, not sure if it is correct. I use superpro and they are fine from Specialist Leisure.

Peter

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Could be timely thought my current set have been holding up very well.

On the polybush Q and back OT I also am looking at replacing worn rear trailing arm bushes (currently red polys as best I can tell). OEM is a strong fav for these (but harder to fit), alternatively I was considering blue polys but should I be considering bearmarch or superpro?

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Thanks Richard,, Well spotted , interesting , :o will mention it when i see the man from SuperPro

Tim did you see Simon's comment, in the link DD posted, on Wolf bushes for the rear radius arms being tougher. May be worth trying these.

I've seen a number of comments on using polybushes on the rear radius arms that other than 'Comfort' ones they tend to reduce flex as they are significantly harder than LR OEM ones. Might be worth giving the Wolf ones a go.

Cheers

Steve

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My understanding is that Simon uses the Wolf bushes on the chassis end only, and it's the axle end that Tim's replacing, but if it is chassis end to then it might be worth going the wolf ones ago.

Tim 110 rear arms are no different to 90/RRC/Disco ones.

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