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RE: Re: Ur-Q sub f mount P/Ns
Per fiche Audi Quattro 1-91 fiche pic #33 FIG. 1 :
Car # 581 was the last of the 'old' style control arms & bushings
Car #582 was the start of the 'new' style control arms & bushings
811 407 181 'BONDED RUBBER MOUNTING' up to 581 (Ur-Q front control arm bushing)
857 407 181 'BONDED RUBBER MOUNTING' 582 and on (Ur-Q front control arm bushing)
From: John Karasaki[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 1996 2:02 PM
To: Mike Hopton
Subject: Re: Re: Ur-Q sub f mount P/Ns
At 04:41 AM 4/24/96 -0400, you wrote:
> I need 8 control arm bushings for my '83 TQC. Do you know the VIN# that
> Audi changed to the new bushings? I think I probably need the early ones,
> but if not I'll buy the 8 you can't use?
> Regards, Mike
> '83 TQC VIN#WAUDC0858DA900361
Maybe I should ask the list if the new style bushings will fit the earlier
cars. The dealer says "No," but you know how reliable they are.
I don't know with what VIN they went to the newer style bushings, but you
can tell what type you have by looking at the control arm in your car. The
old style has rubber sticking out of both sides on the control arm. The
newer ones don't as they are in a metal sleeve.
If these new bushings definitely won't work in my '82 TQC but will in yours,
I'll be happy to sell them to you.
The Karasaki's, proud owners of AUDI automobiles
1984 5000S Wagon