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Superpro bushings are so easy to install with some grease


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Can't believe that 20 years old rubber is still in good shape.
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Because there is 4mm length difference between upper and lower arms.
I decide to swap them to correct the camber more.
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It will go to shop for properly calibration after every thing is done.

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Compare polyurethane and normal rubber bushings, I prefer rubber bushings.
Every one has different opinions and experiences.

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Compare to the rubber bushing dog mount, I prefer the rubber. What a another waste.
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Replaced the 4wd fluid, Bended the nozzle but it doesn't work out so ended up with screw driver to put it in with no problem.

Took a while to screw the new filter, scared to cross threads. What another great over engineered German design.
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