Polybush discusses common bush failures

Polybush discusses common bush failures

Polybush guides readers through some common bush failures and points out the suitable polyurethane replacements.

Ford Mondeo rear trailing arm bush

The Mondeos’ (2007-2015) rear trailing arm bush has been a notorious headache for many mechanics. The Polybush 40DE helps combat the frequent failure of this crucial component. Its unique design and polyurethane material offer durability and resilience, providing a lasting solution to a longstanding problem.

Polybush discusses common bush failures

Ford MK7 Fiesta rear beam bush

The MK7 Fiesta, though a compact powerhouse, has faced challenges with its rear beam bushes. Polybush 40BR addresses the common issues associated with failing rear beam bushes. Engineers have crafted this bush to withstand the rigours of everyday driving, aiming to ensure longevity and reliability.

Polybush discusses common bush failures

Vauxhall Astra MK6 rear beam bush

The Astra MK6 (2011 – 2015) encounters problems with its rear beam bush. Polybush 47B offers a precision-engineered solution.

Polybush discusses common bush failures

VAG front wishbone rear bush

Vehicles within the VAG group (2012-2020) often suffer from front wishbone rear bush issues, causing headaches for both mechanics and car owners alike. Polybush 44EX offers a fix, fitting over 40 vehicles, it’s designed to remove the failure point associated with VAG front wishbones.

Why polyurethane?

While numerous materials exist for suspension bushings, polyurethane, the company argues, remains the premier choice. Often much easier to fit than rubber bushings, its durability, resistance to wear, and ability to withstand harsh conditions make it a go-to material. Unlike rubber, polyurethane maintains its integrity over time, providing consistent performance and reducing the frequency of replacements.

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