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    Hi,

    I have recently replaced my ARB bushes and drop links. However, as I bought them from Europarts they didn't come with new bolts/nuts.

    I am sure the old one will be fine but I believe you should replace the old ones with new as a matter of course.

    I cant find these bolts for sale anywhere, I even called Audi (Manchester) and they said they don't sell them separately.

    I have sourced B6 bot kit but I don't think its the same (the B7 drop link bolt has a bullet tip)

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Failing that I am going to take the old ones out and whack some locktite on them!!

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    Well brief look at front arb's & they show the nuts available seperately, on pages 405-00, 405-05 & 405-08 on an A4 B7 07 so I reckon it also has the bolts too.
     
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    Ok, cheers, will get back onto them then
     
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    Ok, found the bolts but I am now after some engine mounts n/s & o/s Called Audi they want 225.51 for the two. Can anyone tell me where to get them cheaper 034 motorsport do some aftermarket ones for 120 but i have to ship them in from the US, prob another 100 for shipping/tax. There must be someone in the UK doing aftermarket mounts surely?
     
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    Thanks for all you responses (not) I've just part ex'd the audi in for a BMW hopefully their forums are more useful as this one is ****
     
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    I can't help but wonder what type of responses you expected on a forum after 2 days? Your question is rather a niche one.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveyboyd View Post
    hopefully their forums are more useful as this one is ****
    Oh dear, dummies out of pram time is it, seriously, change your attitude in general as it stinks.
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveyboyd View Post
    Thanks for all you responses (not) I've just part ex'd the audi in for a BMW hopefully their forums are more useful as this one is ****
    Remember no one gets paid for writing on forums and yes, some are online more than others and obviously your post was either missed or the people who did view didn't know the answer you were looking for.

    You have been given advice by Nigel above and looking at your previous threads you have started, been given advice on those too.

    Just to reiterate my point above, we're not paid to post here, it's done in free time after work/family etc.
     
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    Bit of a short fuse. Part ex-ing a car because of a lack of forum responses seems a little strange. As does getting a BMW without researching their forums given that access to the right sort of forum seems to be such a deal breaker....

    Bizzaire.
     
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    I don't think his departure will be detrimental to the forum.
    Seemed a bit up himself in my opinion

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