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PSB371 - Front Stabilizer Bar Bush

PSB371 - Front Stabilizer Bar Bush

Consists of 1 Bush..

R51.76

PSB466 - Front Lower Control Arm Front Bush

PSB466 - Front Lower Control Arm Front Bush

Consists of 1 Bush and 1 Sleeve..

R350.54

PSB465 - Front Lower Control Arm Rear Bush

PSB465 - Front Lower Control Arm Rear Bush

Consists of 1 Bush and 1 Sleeve..

R693.57

PSB076A - Lower Control Arm Bush (Small/Inner)
PSB772 - Rear Stabilizer Bar Bush

PSB772 - Rear Stabilizer Bar Bush

Consists of 1 Bush..

R94.12

PSB771 - Front Stabilizer Bar Bush

PSB771 - Front Stabilizer Bar Bush

Consists of 1 Bush..

R94.12

PSB464 - Front Stabilizer Bar Bush

PSB464 - Front Stabilizer Bar Bush

Consists of 1 Bush..

R204.62

PSB463 - Front Upper Control Arm Bush Kit (2 Bushes)

PSB463 - Front Upper Control Arm Bush Kit (2 Bushes)

Consists of 1 Kit and 2 Bushes..

R704.89

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Polyurethane maintains a consistent performance over many years without deterioration (often for the lifetime of the vehicle). Rubber is good for the first year or two, but then deteriorates progressively and affects the vehicles handling.

Polyurethane does not squeak if the component being repaired is properly cleaned and has lubrication applied when fitting the new bushes.

Ideally purchase the matching left and right bushing kit on a vehicle. Otherwise, if possible, the full kits (where available) on the full front end and/or rear end of the vehicle.

Our bushings are designed to fit easily without any special tools. Removing the original bushings can be tricky however. If you have mechanical ability or a technician friend they can be installed in a short period of time.

Lifetime warranty by the current car owner. Spring bushings have a six months warranty. Warranties are made with the original purchase receipt.

Polyurethane is derived from a chemical reaction of a diisocyanate with a polyol. Once this reaction has occurred, a substance is created that is safe and extremely versatile. It can have a number of diverse properties (resilience, flexibility, rigidity), depending on the choice of combined substances.

Cost cost cost. Rubber is much cheaper for the car manufacturers than polyurethane. Also when bushings wear out, parts can be replaced, generating sales for the manufacturers.

Our bushings are made to fit the original manufacturers components and specifications. They may not fit certain aftermarket replacement parts that are not to the original specifications.

Yes, polyurethanes are safe. Polyurethanes are derived from chemicals called diisocyanates and polyols that undergo a reaction to form an inert substance – polyurethane. Substantial research has shown polyurethanes to be safe and inert.

Polyurethanes in vehicles ensure comfort, safety, and durability as well as enhanced fuel efficiency, as they are lighter than alternative materials, thereby contributing to weight reduction and lower fuel consumption. Polyurethane is also extremely effective in sound insulation.

Polyurethanes help fight climate change in a variety of ways. For example, the material is an extremely efficient insulator and, when properly applied, it can improve the energy efficiency of buildings, thereby reducing the amount of carbon emissions created by heating. Another example is the use of polyurethanes in the manufacture of vehicles. Vehicle makers are increasingly turning to polyurethanes, not only because they look good and make vehicles more comfortable, but because they are very light compared to other materials, and therefore save on fuel and decrease emissions.

Experts estimate that insulation of buildings to optimal standards worldwide could reduce CO2 emissions by 20%. Approximately 51 million kWh of energy is saved each year in the EU by the use of polyurethane insulation.

The lifespan of polyurethane will depend on the application and the type of use. Under normal use and regular wear and tear, we can expect a lifespan of:

50+ years for building insulation

25+ years for refrigerators

20+ years for car bumpers


No, one of the great advantages of polyurethanes is their affordability. The reason their popularity is growing is because they have so many positive attributes, among which affordability is key. The price of polyurethanes should always be viewed relative to their performance and to what is saved during their lifetime. In terms of cost, polyurethanes are very competitive.

Depending on the choice of starting materials, short-term heat resistance up to 250°C can be achieved.

Automotive applications

Polyurethanes are widely used in car manufacture, offering real benefits in terms of comfort, protection and energy conservation.

Polyurethane foams can be found in seats, armrests and headrests of most cars, where their cushioning properties help to reduce the fatigue and stress often associated with driving.

Their durability and light weight, combined with their strength, make them ideal not only for cushioning purposes, but also within the bodies of cars, where their insulation properties provide protection against the heat and noise of the engine.

Because polyurethanes are so strong and light, their use means that the overall weight of cars is reduced, resulting in greater fuel efficiency and improved environmental performance.