General Handling of SuperFlex Products
- Remove all dust, previous bush residue, paint or old grease from contact surfaces, prior to fitment.
- Ensure any original outer shell is not inadvertently left in place. A common mistake where the old rubber bush has unbonded from its shell. In some instances the outer shell is intentionally left in place, as described in models and descriptions on our price lists.
- Do not fit new bushes to worn, rusty, or distorted fittings. Worn components must be replaced.
- Lightly coat bush contact surfaces with assembly lubricant (where supplied) prior to fitment.
- Insert the stainless steel tubes (where applicable) after the bushes are installed
into their housing.
- Immersing high-interference fit bushes in warm water, can assist fitting in a very cold climate.
- Before the final tightening, suspension arms must be at normal ride height.
- When replacing original componentry, ensure that all nuts and bolts are tightened to original manufacturer’s specifications.
- Bushes must not come into contact with alcohol-based solvents such as MEK, methanol, or methylated spirit.
Abbreviations used on this website
|AR = As Required
|R & D = Research and Development
|OEM = Original Equipment Manufacture
|POA = Price on Application
|SOO = Special Order Only
|RRP = Recommended Retail Price
|NSS = Not Supplied Separately
|NA = Not Applicable
|LHS = Left Hand Side
|PAS = Power Assisted Steering
|ARB = Anti Roll Bar
|RHS = Right Hand Side
|RHD = Right Hand Drive
|LHD = Left Hand Drive
|TCA = Track Control Arm
|PU = Polyurethane
Explanation of our part numbering system
New part numbers consist of a three digit model code followed by the part reference. In the example code 101 refers to the New Mini.
- Old SPF style part numbers followed by /** e.g. SPF1450/**, for 28mm anti roll bar order SPF1450/28 are gradually being replaced
- Part numbers followed by -70 -80 -90 -95, denote bush hardness where variable or significant
- Part numbers followed by - then number, denote variable length e.g. SF110-1028-5K
- Part numbers followed by K denote a kit as per description listed
- Part numbers followed by KSS denote a kit with stainless steel crush tubes
- Note: Part numbers with a K or KSS suffix denote a kit sufficient for both sides of the vehicle. In other cases please ensure that you order the quantity of parts that you require.
- Part numbers followed by P denote polyurethane only, where bush is primarily used with a crush tube
- Part numbers followed by S denote shell only
- Part numbers followed by T denote crush tube only
- Part numbers followed by W denote washer only