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  1. lower suspension arm bushes 
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    Are the bushes on the lower suspension arms replaceable, front & rear arms, front axle, if so does anyone have the part numbers?

    Control Arm- / Trailing Arm Bush LEMFÖRDER 27148 01 Front Axle, Lower, Left and right, Front, inner, for control arm — Buy now! (*******.co.uk)

    is this the correct one and if so I understand I will need 4 off ????
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    Yes they are replaceable but it is not something most do as the ball joints are usually damaged during removal, it becomes a bit of a desperate cost cutting measure.

     
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    Will bite the bullet and buy new parts, are MOOG parts any good or should I go for something better, if so what? Lemforder / Delphi???
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    Moog are an excellent OE supplier as are Lemofrder and Delphi plus TRW and many others. The make that seems to gain the most respect isn’t an OEM, Meyle, but their heavy duty arms have gained some great respect. Personally we use Febi as we have a direct account and the real clincher is they sell them with the option of full bolt kits but so do Meyle and some other are starting to as EVERY single faster you undo MUST be replaced.

     
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    What is the cost of the lower front, left & right and lower right rear (all front axle) complete with fixings - Febi??
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    You can pay less (or more, ******* are daft on this one at nearly £1500) but we retail this kit for £645 all in.

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