T1 Beetle / Ghia Delrin Knobbly 1 7/8" Spring Plate Bush, Pair

T1 Beetle / Ghia Delrin Knobbly 1 7/8" Spring Plate Bush, Pair Aircooled VW Beetle / Ghia Rear Axle Grommet Constructed from high quality…

  • 030060018

  • 311511245

  • Limebug

  • In Stock

£22.45

T1 Beetle / Ghia Delrin Knobbly 1 7/8" Spring Plate Bush, Pair

Aircooled VW Beetle / Ghia Rear Axle Grommet

Constructed from high quality delrin, each bush has the inner diameter of 1, 7/8", and is knobbly outside style.

A total of four bushes are required to fully re-condition your rear spring / torsion bar setup. 

The inner / outer bush can vary in size depending on the spring plates and year/model so please check carefully prior to purchase.

Details:
- High Quality Delrin Part
- Manufactured in the USA
- Sold in Pairs

Application Guide for stock VW OE Spring Plates:

  • Early Swing Axle used 1 3/4 inch round
  • 1950-1960 Type 1 Beetle use 1 7/8 inch round Inner with 1 7/8 knobbly Outer
  • 1961-1968 Type 1 Beetle use 1 7/8 inch knobbly Inner with 1 3/4 knobbly Outer
  • 1965-1968 Type 3 use 1 7/8 inch knobbly Inner with 1 7/8 knobby Outer
  • 1969-1979 Type 1 Beetle or Type 3 use 1 7/8 inch knobbly Inner with 1 7/8 round Outer
  • Type 2 all use same size 2, 3/8" Smooth Inner and Outer

Application Guide for Limebug Spring Plates:

  • Dropped Adjustable Spring Plates Type 1 Beetle use 2 inch Knobbly Inner with 1, 7/8 inch knobbly Outer
  • Fixed Static Dropped Spring Plates Type 1 Beetle use 1,7/8 inch Knobbly Inner with 1, 7/8 Knobbly Outer
  • Air Ride Plates Type 1 Beetle, 2 inch Knobbly Inner and Outer


Product Code: 30060018
OE Code: 311511245
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