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Wishbone bush

 
Author Hotfuzz
In bed with cold
#1 | Posted: 13 Jun 2018 13:02 
I have an MoT advisory relating to the offside lower wishbone suspension bush on my classic.

What's actually involved in replacing them? Does it involve using a press and are the bushes in half?

I'm wondering will it be worth simply changing the wishbone direct from Caterham that has the bushes already fitted?

Author Hotfuzz
In bed with cold
#2 | Posted: 13 Jun 2018 13:31 
On a separate note, just giving the car a service & cant locate any form of fuel filter. The car is running a bit lumpy so thought I would replace it however there is no filter from the carbs to the pump & tank unless there is one in the tank which is not practical!

It's a 1600 Vauxhall engine by the way. Cheers as always

Author Eugene

Heading South
Male
#3 | Posted: 13 Jun 2018 19:38 
With the bush, it depends which one...
There are a couple on the wishbone.
Personally, I swapped to Powerflex all round - way better.

http://www.k300performance.co.uk/suspension/powerflex-bushes/caterham.htm

No idea on the fuel filter.
I have one in the Facet fuel pump, as well as in-line.

Steve
Eugene
Le Presidente

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