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Item: LR025159POLYO (Same Fit As Part # 1BH )
These durable bushing upgrades last up to 5 times longer than original equipment rubber bushings that came with your LR3 or LR4. These regular stiffness polybushes will not erode from chemicals, road salts or other harmful petroleum distillates. They act like discs on your Rover's 'spinal cord', keeping radial arms and panhard rods supple and responsive.
Atlantic British Ltd. Repair & Maintenance Academy How-To Video: The LR3 and Range Rover Sport are showing their age. When the bushings on the lower control arms become worn, you will find the car does not handle well, and also, evidence of advanced tire wear will occur. Watch Doug, our Land Rover Master Technician, as he discusses options you have for replacement of the lower control arms and the bushings installed in this arms, based on the tools/equipment you have or your how-to ability level. Please refer any questions or comments to 1-800-533-2210.
(Total of 4 customer reviews) | Review this item
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 12-27-2017
By: Todd Ollila
Fairly easy to install and seems like it will be more durable than stock bushings. Don't need a press to install and a lot cheaper than replacing the entire lower control arm.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 08-11-2016
By: Jim Lupinetti
The polybush for the front lower suspension, rear of arm, should hold up much better than replacing both front lower arms, again. This bush is more substantial than the original factory bush. The installation video for this part made it easy to choose this part.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 03-11-2016
By: Stuart Seheult
2011 lr4 replaced due to thud sounds on bumps. This fixed my problem and a bonus it fixed my slight steering wobble at 50mph. Slightly firmer than worn out stock ones. Install video was very helpful. In preparation to take out back bolt I soaked with a rust penetrating catalyst spray every day for a week. Bolt came off No problem. (wasn't extremely rusty to begin with though). Overall install wasn't bad. Longevity to be determined. The Orange color looks cool too. Overall very happy
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 10-25-2014
By: Henrik Schulte-Bisping
Replaced these with the original once in my 2005 LR3. I followed the excellent online video form British Atlantic without issues. Did not uninstall the ball joint. Swap can be done with only the bushing screws and suspension screw removed. Rear screws had to be cut out with a grinder.
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