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Could there be a combined price for a full front and rear kit?
I second that
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Bump - no word on this?
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Loads of ther dealers are selling these now so try them
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I thought they were exclusive to 2 specific dealers those bushes
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Default Re: Just Kampers Powerflex Bush review.

Just a note to say don't use copper grease next to the poly bush.

Don't get me wrong, generally copper grease is well underused when fitting car parts, but its not the right grease for poly bushes.

Powerflex show how to fit some limited stuff on their you tube channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/PowerflexEPTG

You can see the refer to the "supplied grease" its more like vaseline than copper grease.

T4 bush listing and prices are here -- http://www.powerflex.co.uk/products/...29-2806/1.html

There is a dealer listing/map on the website too, you can usually find somebody to do a 10-15% discount for you, I use the 3rd company down in the "west Yorks" List

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Just a note to say don't use copper grease next to the poly bush.

Don't get me wrong, generally copper grease is well underused when fitting car parts, but its not the right grease for poly bushes.
If you are referring to the photo at the start of this thread where i show a greased up sleeve covered in what looks like copper grease, what it is in fact covered in is the grease which powerflex supplied with the bushes.

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You can see the refer to the "supplied grease" its more like vaseline than copper grease.
Nope, your wrong, the supplied grease is almost exactly like copper slip.
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Old 29-01-13, 21:03
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I was, yes, few years since I poly bushed a car but it was never copper slip, maybe they have changed? As i say it was always like vaseline .....

Well as long as its the supplied stuff it must be right
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Old 29-01-13, 21:23
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I thought they were exclusive to 2 specific dealers those bushes
Nah, you can get them anywhere,as said go to the powerflex web site and check out the distributor section, btw it was Simon from Brickwerks that was involved with the development of these with powerflex
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I was, yes, few years since I poly bushed a car but it was never copper slip, maybe they have changed? As i say it was always like vaseline .....

Well as long as its the supplied stuff it must be right
I think it's silicon grease your thinking off. It's normally used on plastic and rubber bits as it doesn't cause them to break down. Not sure about poly bushes though.
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