larichard at plguide.com
Thu Nov 6 20:35:48 PST 2008
2004 was pre-internet, right ?
Thanks Will, I did not find any supplier back then, except OEM.
De : Will [mailto:stigma at gmail.com]
Envoyé : 6 novembre 2008 23:05
À : Louis-Alain Richard
Cc : Bares, Vittorio; quattro at audifans.com
Objet : Re: subframe bushings
The part numbers below are available at World Impex:
Do a part number search on their site.
On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 7:59 PM, Louis-Alain Richard
<larichard at plguide.com> wrote:
> Hi vittorio,
> Is it for your rally 4kq ?
> If so, then the bushings are dealer only, and from my experience in 2004,
> ordering the 8 bushings from my Canadian dealer was a 720$ affair... But
> this time, I was in France for work each other month, and a fellow Swiss
> lister (hi Ado !) provide me some OEMs for 18$ each, and send them to me
> the hotel for 20$. Don't forget to order some new bolts, 4$ each, they are
> supposed to be replaced at each R&R.
> As for the difference, if I remember well, front and rears are different
> the front subframe, but the rear subframe use the same for the rear
> position, while the fronts of the rear subframe are specific. Or was it
> other way ?
> To be clearer :
> FF : 857 199 415b
> FR : 857 199 419b
> RF : 857 199 419c
> RR : 857 199 415b
> The difference is durometer I guess, since they are similar sized.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> Hi - does anyone know if subframe bushings are dealer only or NLA -
> can't seem to find any on-line - although 034 does have a set of
> Aluminum for $70.
> Also, on each subframe ETKA shows 2 part number for the forward vs
> rearward bushings - any idea what the difference is.
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