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wishbone
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Hi
  Just been trying to replace the wishbone on the drivers side but the large bolt on the front appears to have rusted in to the metal cylinder in side the rubber bush both turn at the same time.
Does this mean i have to cut/drill it out or is there another solution?

My van is a Mk2 berlingo 1.9

Ta
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#2
Just spoke to a mate who's a mechanical engineer he says cut,by the way does anyone know the part number for the clip that holds the front bolt on the wishbone ?
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#3
Hi
Thanks for that,we did cut with the help of a dremel length ways across bush after grinding off the bulk of it took about an hour.
I have the part number for the caged bolt as I had to order a new one I'm away until this afternoon so will post it when I get back.
Thanks
Dean
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