[Biturbos4] Neuspeed 22mm rear bar bushings?
list at p-vector.com
Tue Mar 30 09:48:40 EST 2004
Hi David -
Thanks for the ideas! I'll try the moly grease first, and if that doesn't
help I'll look into delrin bushings.
On my old '89 GTI 16V I'd had Suspension Techniques bars, if I recall
correctly, and they had poly or some sort of hard plastic bushings which
never squeaked in all the years that I'd used them. They didn't come with
any grease, if I recall correctly, so I probably either put them on dry or
used regular wheel bearing grease.
However the Neuspeed bar for my S4 as well as the NS bars I'd bought for my
old '96 GTI VR6 all came with some kind of sticky silicone grease, which I
used when installing, and they all started squeaking within months. So
perhaps a change to regular grease might be all they need!
- Bob T.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Kavanagh" <dak at rochester.rr.com>
To: "Bob Tillman" <list at p-vector.com>
Cc: <biturbos4 at audifans.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 12:52 AM
Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] Neuspeed 22mm rear bar bushings?
> I used to use moly grease on the poly bushings for the sway bars (on my
> '79 Scirocco SOLO II car). The stuff is dark and messy, but it worked.
> As far as material goes, instead of rubber, try going to something
> harder like delrin. I think the stuff can be machined. Not much
> compliance, it has to be made with just the right dimensions.
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