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Rear wheel rubber bushes set out - 2000 Honda CB 600 Hornet F

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    What are you asking for? part numbers, positioning, quantity



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They fit in the gaps in the wheel then the sprocket carrier push fits in to the wheel

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

  • scottbullett Oct 12, 2009

    they fit in the gaps in the wheel then the sprocket carrier push fits in to the wheel



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most suspension bushes are available from suspension repair shops. As you will need a press to do the job ,it is generally quicker and cheaper to have the shop do the job. With suspensions be aware that if one bush is failing then the others will not be far behind. Discuss this with an accredited suspension repair shop

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Fit replacement bushes to rear hub on CB200

Bushings on the rear hub of a CB200 motorcycle? If so you will most likely need to place motorcycle on centerstand and remove the rear axle and brake connecting assemblies. I don't recall them having bushings, but rather bearings (inside hub) and wheel spacers on outside of hub on one side and outside brake assembly on opposite side. If the bearings are worn out, retrieve replacements and also a blind bearing puller set to remove the bearings. Before removal of the old bearings, toss the new ones in the freezer as this will cause the metal to shrink (although slight) this will make installations of new ones easier. A shop press can be a handy tool for inserting new ones, but can also be done in a vice after carefully starting them with a rubber mallet. Careful not to damage the seals as these are fragile and new bearings won't last long if these get damaged. If it is the spacers, best best is to replace them with original replacements from the manufacturer.

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Our 1996 nissan terrano shakes out of control when going over 80kms on the motorway and its feels like it might tip over but doesnt as we reduced our speed. Do you think it could be the wheel alignment or...

Shakes? Not very specific. It could be a loose wheel, wheel out of balance, the balance weights may have come off one or more wheel rims (check for the marks on the rims inner and outer rim where they used to be).
As 1996 model, it could also be worn out suspension bushes.
If you drive on a straight road, and you change from accelerating, to decelerating, does the car skew (turn left or right slightly), this would indicate worn suspension bushes at the rear, acceleration pushes the rear axle forward, deceleration pulls it back, if there is wear (slop) in the rubber bushes, the changing alignment of the rear axle causes the car to "throttle steer". At cruise, this could potentially set up a sort of harmonic motion, and cause a form of "shaking".

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My 2001 bmw 325i has a very bad shutter at 40 Kmh, it has 15800 on the clock

hi these have a common fault with the lower wish bone the rear rubber bush and the ball joint on the hub tend to wear quick, to check this jack it up at the front and pull the front wheel in and out and look under the car to see if there is movement on the wheel hub ball joint or the bush at the back of the wish bone hope this helps

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Hi On my 2004 S type jag. the rear suspension squeeks loudly when I lift up under the rear wheel arches. The noise goes away when the car is jacked up. I have taken off the strut and the noise is not...

I have stopped those annoying squeaks by hosing down every rubber bushing I could find using silicone spray.
Way cheaper than having the bushings replaced, unless the bushings are chunked out and dry, then maybe they need replacing.

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Tremendous vibration in rear

First, stop using the automobile until you resolve this.
Check the lug nuts that hold the rear tires in place. Can you turn any of them by hand?
Jack up the side that you think is the source of the vibration. Is the tire loose?
Spin the tire while jacked up. Is the tire wobbly?
Look for marks inside the wheelwell.
These symptoms indicate that a rubber bushing is worn out or the rear axle bushing through-bolt is loose or missing.

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I will be driving and pulling up to stop and it feels like im getting rear ended and i think its my rear end

Well the best thing to do id to put a block of wood 4x4" under the back wheels(Back and Front of tyres) and get someone to help you rock it with h/brake off , and see if the rear wheels stay still and the body moves slightly forward/back and if so then the bushes (Rubber) will need replacing, also check out the Uni/joints on the tailshaft for movement ( backwards/forwards/Left/Right) that will give you a good idear as to much play in either the bushes or tail shaft could give you the problem

Oct 11, 2009 | 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew

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1997 ford thunderbird LX . Rear Wheels - Upper control arm bushings.

I 'm a mechanic and have been Replaced the UPPER control Arm bushing on thunderbird.
And the Price for the Bushing is CHEAP..

You need only Replace the damaged parts, not all the ALL HARDWARE, They are wrong.

OK.. you can find on any Autoparts. for EXAMPLE Here is AUTOZONE.
with the Bushings that you need. just look..,14600794/shopping/partTypeResultSet.htm

I hope this help on your question..
Thank you for use fixya..

Sep 24, 2008 | 1997 Ford Thunderbird LX

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