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    1. Senior Member flygliii's Avatar
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      09-02-2020 11:03 PM #1
      Anyone know which OEM bushings/control arms work as an upgrade for the B7? Iirc from an R. Not sure or which year?

      Thanks in advance!
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      09-16-2020 02:56 AM #2
      SOL.

      Even the R ones (if they even fit) are not an upgrade, as they have the slits like the Passat.

      the RS3/TT-RS ones are solid, but a larger diameter than the ones for your car.
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      09-16-2020 08:30 AM #3
      ^ Huh.

      I coulda sworn I had read somewhere on here that there was such an upgrade. Oh, well...
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