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[quote name=TDCi 160+]Picking mine up from Ford on wednesday (thats when im next off work) for £10.19 each. You can get Powerflex ones for around £70, but i just cant justify spending the extra £30 on getting some over the Ford ones.[/quote]

The powerflex will last much longer, say another 3-4 years with the ford ones will need replacing again, powerflex wont
 

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OK so the new Powerflex bushes cost £61, and the labour from a local garage about £100 - he said the subframs was OK after a good few thousand miles on less than a full complement of Ford bushes. £65 for geometry. About half the cost of Fords- job done. Now to see if they last.
 

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powerflex bushes are the best the bushes will never need changing ever again ford ones will, i would rather pay more for something thats definately guaranteed to last longer than skimp on something that wont last as long and will need doing again at some point end of the day wasting money

i bought poly bushes i was lucky to find someone selling a ful lset on ebay after they sold their car and i got them for £35
 
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