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Old October 9th, 2014, 04:45 PM
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Rear Shock Bushing Help.

Hi All.

Thanks in advance.

I am replacing the rears on my 1991 200tdi 110. I bought a new set of B6 Bilsteins and these are the bushings and washers they came with. I was expecting 6 washers. There are only four. Which go where?
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Old October 9th, 2014, 05:55 PM
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top bushings use the Rover washer. Bottom pin gets the two washers shown in the lower row of your pic. There's one that fits all the way on the stud and another that doesn't. That one goes on first with the cup towards the shock body. Then a rubber buffer, then one of the washers in the upper row with the lip side down. then that goes thru the shock mount hole, then the other washer like the one you just put on only lip up so that the two center in the mounting hole. then the other rubber and finally the last washer cup side down. Then the nut.
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Just recently needed to shoot a pic for another guy with the same question. I have the same shocks but have been disappointed with the bushings. They seem to shrink. Mine are a bit loose so I'll be looking for an aftermarket set.

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Old October 10th, 2014, 02:42 PM
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Thanks guys. Got er fixed up. Re used the old rover washers on top after a sandblast and powdercoat.
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