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Old 11-06-2002, 04:25   #1 (permalink)
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Got my car lowered 1.5" and the front susp creaks

The chances of it being a bush that's old and farked is... 100%?

You lean on the car and *creeee* for about 15mm of movement!

How har dis it to change these things? Big money? Or just stuffing around?

Especially after just had the susp appart to put in the new springs and castor kit!

Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-06-2002, 07:48   #2 (permalink)
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this prices about 2 years old but is a ruff indication of the
prices of pedders agents.

these are what a car that did edxr8 that spent a lot of time in the driven in the country 90000

springs fr 96
springs rear 96
camber kit 105
up arm fr tr bush kit 25.21 ?
up arm fr tr bush kit 31.16 ?
rear trail 38.16
rear race kit t/arm o 37.85
s/bar to chas 25.68
st/bar to lwr c arm 20.48
dont know rh 101
dont know lh 101
dont know (ford) 114
sway bar 110
140


labour 544.00
wheel alighment 44.50
universal link bush 5.60

total cost $1637.74

last owner did this to the ed drives mint so tempting not to brake
around bends in the road.
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Well I got four new tyres and full alignment as well as had the shims inserted into the caster kit to fix the camber, and the squeak is gone. Looks like Bob-Jane fixed it for me.
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