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Front and rear arb info needed

Discussion in 'Leon Mk2 (2006-2012)' started by leero783, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. leero783

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    Hi there . Basically im having abit of trouble with my neuspeed arbs or more so the bushes . I replaced them just over a year ago which got rid of the banging /clunking noise I had/have but now its back !!!!!
    Im thinking of going back to standard arbs as its really doin my head in and for how I drive they are unnessary .
    Question I have is are the cupra arbs thicker than the standard fr/tdi arbs??? . If so I will be looking out for a set if anyone has some lying around ;)
    Anyone else have these neuspeeds fitted to there car ????


    Cheers
     
    #1 leero783, Jan 14, 2014
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  2. leero783

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    Anyone ??
     
  3. Brinkz

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    How much grease have you slapped on them mate? And if so, where? I bought a H&R rear arb and didn't put enough grease in the right places - it knocked like a desperate prozzy!!!!

    I cant answer your question about Cupra stock arb right now, but mine is lying around at home so will check.
     
  4. leero783

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    Yeah I have regrease and that did help but now its back . If these bars are this much maintenence then its coming off .
    Yea that would be great brinks . I just wanna c if there is any diffrence from fr to cupra

    Cheers

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  5. Brinkz

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    Did you grease the outside of the bush az well as the inside?

    I've wrapped the tape measure around mine and it was 3 inch.
     

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