HOW IT WORKS
Bushes are used to provide a cushioning interface between suspension and steering components. They need to be flexible enough to allow for movement but robust enough to stabilise the engine, absorb vibration and keep wear and tear to a minimum. Centre bearings are used with centre mounts on longer drive shafts for free rotation. Given the weight of the engine, bushings and centre bearings do wear and as a general rule, they may need replacing at least every 80,000 kilometres – sooner if the vehicle frequently covers rough terrain.
We have a comprehensive range of rubber suspension components, covering all major vehicles brands and models.
Transgold is a rubber specialist and our rubber suspension is second to none. Our suspension bush kits are affordable while being manufactured to high performance standards. Our inexpensive centre bearings are suitable for most vehicles, including utes, and are frequently used on Commodores and Falcons in particular.
All of our suppliers are audited for quality materials and reliability.
All have qualified for ISO:9001 or TS:16949 certification.
Rubber suspension mounts are a great choice. They are naturally malleable so they’ll absorb noise, impact and vibration, and unlike other bush types, there’s no need to grease. We sell our bushes in kits so there is no mucking about working out how many to order. It’s one kit for one car, so super easy.
12 month, 20,000km warranty.
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