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Samoya 13-08-2016 10:42

Ralliart bushes
 
Hi all
Just recived my new ralliart rear bushes for the control arm and trailing arms All the bushes have a paint dot on them and i assume these are locating marks
Anyone know the correct way to install as far as orientation in the bush housing

Clivew 13-08-2016 21:08

Not for orientation, the dot is for identifying it as a Ralliart bush.

war-machine 14-08-2016 06:49

if you have got ralliart rear trailing arm bush's
then your a lucky man as there very hard to find
i had to use polybush on this arm...

madmatt 12-10-2020 17:37

Sorry to bump this thread back up, but does the "yellow dot orientation doesn't matter" applies to all bushes? After seeing the following picture I am not sure:

https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.evo...bb12604f3e.png

Any help welcome.

Arronevo8 12-10-2020 20:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by war-machine (Post 5689306)
if you have got ralliart rear trailing arm bush's
then your a lucky man as there very hard to find
i had to use polybush on this arm...

I have the lot except rear trailing arms as Ross couldn't find any. Firm but great.

Dave-Cee 12-10-2020 22:38

I put 4 of these in the diff bars for someone the other week

They are a solid rubber bush so pls someone tell me what difference it makes which way they go

I kind of thought about this for a while and I admit I did ask someone else who is a lot smarter than me if that was the case.

madmatt 13-10-2020 07:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave-Cee (Post 6242607)
I put 4 of these in the diff bars for someone the other week

They are a solid rubber bush so pls someone tell me what difference it makes which way they go

I kind of thought about this for a while and I admit I did ask someone else who is a lot smarter than me if that was the case.

They might look like solid rubber, but:

1) They might have different kind of rubber within the same bush
2) They might be empty in places underneath the first layer of solid rubber

Not saying that's the case, but bushes can be much more complicated than what they look like initially.


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