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Opel Vauxhall Stabilizer Bush Control Arm Trailing Arm Bush 352347 352348
Original part numbers are only for informative purpose.
Bushes play a pivotal role in the steering and suspension set-up of modern vehicles, allowing the suspension parts to move freely, whilst at the same time, absorbing noise, shocks and vibration. Since a worn or damaged bush will negatively impact these functions, it’s important to inspect them regularly and replace whenever necessary.
What is a suspension bush?
To do its job, a car’s suspension must move up and down. Whilst this a good thing for the vehicle’s ride and handling, this movement can also transmit unwanted noise and vibration through the chassis and into the cabin. Cue the suspension bush! Used in steering and suspension parts, such as control arms, stabilizer bars, ball joints, tie rods, shock absorbers and strut mounts, chassis connection points and engine and gearbox mounts, it provides a location point, connecting other parts of the system together or to the vehicle chassis. Just as importantly, it acts as a cushion, controlling the amount of movement in the joints and reducing road noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) for a more comfortable and safe ride.
ASTRA F (56_, 57_)
ASTRA F CLASSIC Estate
ASTRA F CLASSIC Hatchback
ASTRA F CLASSIC Saloon
ASTRA F Cabriolet (53_B)
ASTRA F Estate (51_, 52_)
ASTRA F Hatchback (53_, 54_, 58_, 59_)
ASTRA F Van (55_)
VECTRA A (86_, 87_)
VECTRA A Hatchback (88_, 89_)
ASTRA III (F)
ASTRA III (F) Estate
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Delivery Method, Time and Cost
Standard/Express Delivery via TNT 2-7 Working Days * FREE
Standard Delivery via PTT International 2-8 Weeks * FREE
Sometimes we use PTT International when delivery is hard to be handle by geologically or expensive via TNT. In such case, we would like to contact with you for explanation the situation.
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*Please note: Orders placed after 2pm on Friday will be processed on the next working day. As such, orders will be processed/dispatched on Monday for delivery on Tuesday.
** Orders placed on Friday before 2pm will be processed same day and be expected to be delivered on Monday (except Bank Holidays).
How To Track Your Order
You can track your order by using the website of TNT.
You can track your order also using the tracking number and the link on your dispatch confirmation email. Alternatively, you can sign in to your Elibuyuk Otomotiv account to check your order status.
When will my order be sent?
We aim to dispatch orders placed before 2pm on the same day. Although we use all reasonable means to ensure that your order is delivered within a specified time frame, we cannot accept responsibility for late deliveries due to circumstances outside of our control. We will inform you of any unexpected delay. During sales or busy periods delivery may take 5-7 working days.
What if I am not home when they deliver?
We recommend you use a delivery address where there will be someone to receive and sign for the delivery. For many of our customers this may be a work address. However, if you are out, the usual procedure is for the delivery service to leave a “Something For You” card. You can then collect from your TNT post office or re-arrange delivery online for a time that suits you.
Elibuyuk Otomotiv do not accept liability for any delivery instructions issued to the delivery company by the customer. If you leave instructions requesting a parcel to be left in a different location you deem as a “safe place” such as in the shed, garage or with a neighbour, we cannot accept responsibility, if you fail to receive your parcel.