Hmm, they come up now and then, i suppose they make batches and then re-advertise.
You can get standard bushes, and they will fit 145/146/155/Fiat Coupe, Fiat multipla (iirc)/Brava/Bravo.
to remove the rear subframe is time consuming but relatively easy.
you'll need to remove the following ...
Exhaust rear section.
Fuel tank, which will involve removing the pipework first from inside boot inspection hole, and removing the clip inside the rubber on filler opening.also unclip the brake lines from the side.
Once the tank is out, access to the subframe is easier.
You'll need to disconnect the brake lines from the centre and need to block the pipes to stop excess fluid dripping out - i made up a loop of brake line with 2 connectors.
Remove handbrake cables from caliper end.
no need to remove wheels.
there are 4 18mm bolts holding the frame to chassis.
the reason you leave wheels on is so when the subframe is dropped off the chassis, you can then just wheel it out.
I normally use a few blocks under the wheels to stop it dropping too much whilst undoing the bolts.
The subframe assembly complete with wheels is reasonably heavy so is really a 2 man job, although i have done it on my own a couple of times.
It may be the best time to replace the swing arm bushes, while its off - if you're doing that make sure you loosen the 19mm bolts while the subframe is still on the car.
also if you do this, the subframe can then be put back on without the arms - lighter and easier to manoveur.
check all the brake lines with the subframe off, and replace any that have perished or rusted.
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