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3GE Components 7th July 2009 10:21 PM

Poly bushes.
Hi All,

In light of recent threads about fitting these, if anyone is having problems with our parts we are more than willing to assemble the bushes for you.

We will arrange collection and return and fit the parts FOC for anyone experiencing difficulties.

Contact us through our email address component-sales@hotmail.co.uk



jasongray5 7th July 2009 10:47 PM

Hi John, Try getting people to put them in the freezer first, they shrink abit and go abit harder, all in all making them slide in with abit of white grease? Worked an absolute treat for me!

Bonzo 7th July 2009 10:52 PM

Customer service at its best
I say John, that is what I call, real customer service. :cool: :cool:

That is certainly well above the call of duty :)

Personally I have not had a problem with your poly bushes.

Well done John :cool:

Jezzer99 8th July 2009 08:49 AM

I think polypushes are always a bit of a challenge - I recently replaced them on my father's MGB - the bobbin type ones to go through the front eye of the leaf springs are a nightmare!

As previously posted, I use a bit of grease - but the stuff that comes with commercial off the shelf polybush kits - not sure what it is? Is that white grease?

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