I was sorting the rear shocks on daughters jag, Jerry a 3.2. I went for a ride in the back which is unusual and there was a constant knocking, when asked apparently been there "for ever"..
No surprise knackered bush on the shock passenger side. To fix I took shocks of our spare car and built 1 good set out of the 2 with best composite set of bushes. However I found this on one shock, fortunately on the scrapper but those shocks had originally been on hers and were swapped a couple of years ago.
Looks like it has moved, the shaft of the shock has eaten through the bush and the top housing. Didnt know they could do that. So glad it was no longer on daughters car.
A Monroe shock which I notice do not get a good rep on here. Needless to say will not be using that again, its now relegated to keeping spare car movable.
93 4.0 Sovereign, James, 687486, 94MY
A family of six Land Rover from a 1957 S1 to 1993 200TDI 110 CSW
1967 MGB GT
NO LONGER WITH ME
93 3.2 XJ6, Jerry, 94MY, went to daughter but gone from there as well as.
93 3.2 XJ6, parts supply, 94MY, scrapped