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Cjb6759

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Just joined the forum hoping for some advice.
I am looking at replacing the front arm bushes however I have read to stay away from the 'Powerflex' bushes.
Any recommendations which to buy as it google only seems to bring up the power flex ones.
Thanks.
 

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Just joined the forum hoping for some advice.
I am looking at replacing the front arm bushes however I have read to stay away from the 'Powerflex' bushes.
Any recommendations which to buy as it google only seems to bring up the power flex ones.
Thanks.
I thought of upgrading to the Powerflex when mine are due for changing however I read somewhere that the Powerflex & OK if your going around a track all day but long term they also have a tendency to become noisy (squeaky) over a longer period of wear & tear I think sticking with the original fitted bushes is the best option & if you have the 200 or the R then these are the recommended Peugeot parts for that type of suspension
 

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powerflex is expensive and can squeak
there is a reason that original bushes are from rubber
powerflex violet bushes are same stiffnes as original bushes, black are stiffer but are intented for track only, they will crack in 6 months so waste of money....
original bushes are very good quality and will last 10+ years, no need to change them, bushes that fail are on multilink arms, rcz dont have them...
 
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