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Anyone interested in a set of these.

I am seeing what sort of discount I can get but need to see what numbers are wanted.

http://www.034motors...ro-p-22328.html



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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Minimum for 5 sets would be 15% off...10 sets would be 20% off...more than 10 sets and they will let me know what % off

They also do them for FWD as well

They don't do any for MKV's though
 

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they do the new bolts as well....just waiting on a answer to see if ordering bolts is in the discount as well
 

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Paulie said:
they do the new bolts as well....just waiting on a answer to see if ordering bolts is in the discount as well
cool, and will they ship to out address or just 1 and then distribute? Also customs on top
 

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works out at £54.11 without the discount or postage/import.

What i would do is get them all sent to me....then repost them
 

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Paulie said:
works out at £54.11 without the discount or postage/import. What i would do is get them all sent to me....then repost them
That's good,
Ps you coming to brooklands? :)
 

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that £54 is the bushes and the bolts


I don't know about Brooklands..I am always in bloody Scotland at the min...lol
 

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Aren't these rubber normally? Any vibration / noise implications?

Sod it, put me down for a set.

Does anyone fancy a "Whilst we're there" double Group Buy with 034?

How about adding a set of these? - http://www.034motorsport.com/chassis-components-volkswagen-motor-mount-set-density-line-mk4-volkswagen-8n-audi-28l-32l-vr6-p-18256.html?osCsid=iuj5tt216hnh21p55f4fg07v51

I'd be up for the comfort spec 60 durometer.

The more we buy, the bigger the discount, the better the service
I've bought from 034 before and they are one of the better US suppliers, it has to be said.
 

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I am just going with the bushes and bolts ...i will see how this goes then see who wants the mounts
 

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Bushes with or without bolts for me, which ever is easier.

I'll pass on the mounts for now as I did some research last night and they have a really bad rep!
 

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Whats involved in fitting these?, and how much would install cost?
 

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I would imagine you lift the car up...and remove the old ones....and fit these.

Off the O34 Web site...

Please Note: Our aluminum bushings are precision CNC machined to within a few ten-thousandths of an inch. However, the stock steel subframe has very sloppy tolerances. It will be required to clearance your subframe to fit these bushings. A sanding roll or carbide grinding bit can be used. The amount of material varies on each subframe. Volkswagen made these very sloppy as the stock subframe bushings have rubber sleeves. Our billet aluminum bushings require a much higher tolerance fit.
 

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Also might be an idea to do the poly steering rack bush while your there

Very easy. Just drop the subframe, pound out the stock rear bushings and slide in the new ones. For the steering rack bushing, you should already have it unbolted from the subframe if you've dropped the subframe, just slide out the rubber bushing and install the poly. Tightens everything up real nice
 
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