[200q20v] Suspension rebuild and timing belt service

C1J1Miller at aol.com C1J1Miller at aol.com
Sun Jul 15 13:27:14 EDT 2001

In a message dated 7/15/01 10:40:12 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
pjrose at frontiernet.net writes:

> According to The Merck Manual (14th edition, p 1407) on the 
>  "by-proxy" variant of Munchausen's Syndrome, "...the parent falsifies 
>  history and may injure the child with drugs, add blood or bacterial 
>  contaminants to urine specimens, etc.--all in order to simulate 
>  disease."
>  So, Mr Miller:  can we be sure that these are the very same bushings 
>  as removed from _your_ car?
>  But seriously, I'm about to order a set of anti-roll bar bushings. 
>  Are these usually stocked by TPC or just a dealer item?
>  Phil

I've always thought my car was immune to the Baron Munchausen's problems; 
haven't had half the issues with my car that some others have had.  
...course, I do some maintenance/fluid changes more often than some other 
Plus I drive the car hard enough and fast enough.  I think the car rebels if 
you don't hit redline fairly often.
Those bushings in the photo were replaced by parts rec'd from Rod at TPC; the 
part numbers should be readable on the bag in the background.

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