From: Richard Crewe on
I need to re-bond a rubber bush onto an anti-roll bar. The only place
that I can find that sells anything vaguely like I want is Eli-Chem, but
they charge about £35 which seems quite a lot for some black goo.

Does anyone know of anywhere else that sells something suitable?

--
Rich

From: Duncan Wood on
On Sat, 10 Jul 2010 23:03:31 +0100, Richard Crewe
<richardSOCKS.crewe(a)sniff-thetrousers.demon.co.uk> wrote:

> I need to re-bond a rubber bush onto an anti-roll bar. The only place
> that I can find that sells anything vaguely like I want is Eli-Chem, but
> they charge about £35 which seems quite a lot for some black goo.
>
> Does anyone know of anywhere else that sells something suitable?
>

MOst ARB bushes aren't bonded to the bar, give us a bit more of a clue
what it's for.

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Duncan Wood
From: Richard Crewe on
On 11/07/10 00:34, Duncan Wood wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Jul 2010 23:03:31 +0100, Richard Crewe
> <richardSOCKS.crewe(a)sniff-thetrousers.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>
>> I need to re-bond a rubber bush onto an anti-roll bar. The only place
>> that I can find that sells anything vaguely like I want is Eli-Chem, but
>> they charge about £35 which seems quite a lot for some black goo.
>>
>> Does anyone know of anywhere else that sells something suitable?
>>
>
> MOst ARB bushes aren't bonded to the bar, give us a bit more of a clue
> what it's for.
>

It's the chassis to rear ARB bushes on a 2001 Volvo S60.

What I've read in other forums and that the Volvo parts database doesn't
have a separate part number for the bushes, I've come to the conclusion
that they're bonded. I guess that the rubber is able to cope with normal
amount of movement and bonding stops dirt from entering and accelerating
wear.

--
Rich