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Date Registered: 06-2017
Location: Canberra, ACT
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Front Subframe/Suspension parts

OK, I can see the part numbers they have given you, but the sub-member frame bushes are #54464R, Part number '54464-CY00B'.
sub frame bushes cannot be replaced and whole sub frame must be fitted. 667 dollars.
'Baloney', you do NOT need to replace the whole subframe to replace these bushes! The way I interpret the diagram, you will need 8x bushes, top+ bottom per 4x corners. But FAST is saying per vehicle:'2' Umm, per 'corner' = 2

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As you have found, you can get struts anywhere...

I would only replace the bushes and ball joint in the lower control arm if it worked out more economical than purchasing complete aftermarket arm ready to fit, and disregard the 'high performance' Super-Pro complete arms and special alloy ones if you've just driving normally and not competition or racing. (Oh, DOH!, Alloy are STANDARD on this vehicle! emoticon )

Last edited by Wiz Au, 10/Aug/2017, 1:43 pm

2004 T30 series II, Ti (now sold)
JRR50 Pathfinder, QD32ETi Turbo Diesel, with 'lots o fruit'.
2012 Jeep Cherokee KK CRD Limited is current ride.
Will be looking for a white or silver 2011-2013 T31 TL (Diesel) to "pimp out".
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Date Registered: 07-2017
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Re: front sub frame, rt front strut & control arm

an update is overdue. had a trip up to herveybay from nth nsw to assist my sons move there. all went well with the new webco shockie/strut that my neighbour fitted for a modest fee. he reports that the rubber dust guard was not designed well and would move away from its place without further fixing. he'd forgotten to mention it and our paths did not cross for a while. otherwise all is good and no more clunking. i'll check the guard when it stops raining. thanx to providence we had no punctures as the back was full of all sorts of luggage that my wife deemed necessary.
thanks to all who helped me sort this out emoticon
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