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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 7:47 pm 
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Location: Leicestershire
Car Model: 1992 3dr 900i
I could do with replacing the rear support bar front bushes, and was wondering if they are DIY-able and in situ as well?
It's these ones in the pic below. Never done any bushes on a 900 :roll: but have done lots of them on other cars.
I could remove the whole bars from the spare axle I have and fit them, but IIRC the RH upper bolt requires the fuel
tank to be dropped, so I am trying to avoid that route if possible.
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