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With regard to the rear anti roll bar would anyone know if replacement drop link bushes are available as opposed to replacing the whole thing.? I have looked for polybushes and canít find a replacement, is it possible to make your own? Or does anyone know of uk suppliers. Donít really want to buy new from jaguar at 55 pounds plus vat and postage each side or cheapo that wonít last 2 minutes. Any help with suppliers etc gratefully received. All uk based ideally. Many thanks
 
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You can replace the whole drop link with adjustable heim joints .
 
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Manners and John Gordon's stuff is usually pretty good Brinny. Try these:
Manners 31 quid
http://www.jagspares.co.uk/Manners/p...rtno=C42907%2A
or the 35 quid opiion
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JAGUAR-RE...-/121034862242
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The part number is C10940

I replaced them and I'm pretty sure I was able to buy new from Jaguar....but without checking my notes I'm not 100% certain.

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For poly bushings....

https://www.terrysjag.com/product/C10940TJP.html

The drop links are the same use on the XKEs. That opens up more searching possibilities


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C10940 has been used on lots of cars over the years. If you want poly bushes, talk to Rob Beere in Coventry, I believe they have them.
 
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Originally Posted by Doug View Post
The part number is C10940
I replaced them and I'm pretty sure I was able to buy new from Jaguar....but without checking my notes I'm not 100% certain.
DD
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I have part number C42907 from my searches. These are available from Jaguar but as huge cost as the OP mentioned. My links are this same part number but miles cheaper.

Your number is listed by JCP as a front ARB drop link for the Daimler limo.
https://www.jaguarclassicparts.com/uk/part/C10940
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Originally Posted by Greg in France View Post

Your number is listed by JCP as a front ARB drop link for the Daimler limo.
It's just the Metalastic bush. The drop link assembly with the bushes installed is different.
 
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Right, C10940 is the bushing, #26 in this illustration but used on many models besides the limo

https://www.jaguarclassicparts.com/u...ember-assembly

C42907 is the entire link, #6 in this illustration

https://www.jaguarclassicparts.com/u...tre-sportspack

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Right, C10940 is the bushing, #26 in this illustration but used on many models besides the limo

https://www.jaguarclassicparts.com/u...ember-assembly

C42907 is the entire link, #6 in this illustration
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Thanks Doug. So if the Op has the metal bit already, all he needs to do is buy the rubber, which is cheap.
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Thanks Doug. So if the Op has the metal bit already, all he needs to do is buy the rubber, which is cheap.
Greg
Right. And they're a snap to install. A bit of Syl-glide and squeeze 'em into place with your bench vise.

Removing the old ones is what takes the time

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That’s a big help thank you all.
 
 
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