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Old October 23rd, 2011, 09:48 PM
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Bottom link rubber bushings (NTC9027)

Why it's 13.95$ for one at Atlantic British and 59.95$ for a pair at RoversNorth ? I mean, none is stated as G and this is a huge difference.
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aftermarket vs OME
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aftermarket vs OME
Do you have any personal experience with one or
the other ?

Seems difficult to find the LR genuine stuff for this part.
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Depends on the intended use. I tried the OE rubber and they lasted a year with trail use. I now have all poly bushings and am happy so far. My OE rear arm to chassis bushing literally squished out, and one front arm to axle bushing disintegrated.
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good to know as I have to replace my rear bushings soon.
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good to know as I have to replace my rear bushings soon.
If you find some genuine replacement bushings, let me know .
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