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    Default Want to get all my civic 99 suspension have new rubber bushings How much will it cost

    I would like to replace all my civic 99 bushes replaced with new ones. Where i should get it done and how much will it cost? Do anyone has an idea?

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    Roughly 300 rupees per bushing. There are around 56 in total if I am not mistaken. You do the calculations.

    In Lahore I could've told you where to, for ISD I can't.
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    As they say.... shocks aur chimtay bhe check kar loo replace with new if needed as these parts are somehow interconnected
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    I have checked for the prices for Civic 99 Bushings and Shocks. I got this.

    Front Bush Set: 3000
    Rear Bush Set: 4900
    Rear Shocks: 4200
    Front Shocks: Could not get the price as they were not available

    So approximately 1500 for parts including rear bushings.
    And perhaps labor of 5000.

    It will make it all combined into 20000.

    Is this the expected price for all suspension work? Or will there be more?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bango View Post
    Roughly 300 rupees per bushing. There are around 56 in total if I am not mistaken. You do the calculations.

    In Lahore I could've told you where to, for ISD I can't.
    I dont think there are fifty six bushings in the suspension setup.
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    word of advice

    dont use cheap pattern parts, only buy genuine Honda items otherwise you will hate your life forever.

    get a can or tube of real silicone grease to apply to the bushings before installation.

    only tighten the bushing bolts with the hub at normal drive level and use a torque ratchet (torque wrench) to tighten.
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