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    mot failure

    right guys my car has failed its mot on a rear exhaust mount located at the centre section and back box joins does anyone know the part number for the part

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    the rubber bit?

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    the only mounts are the rubber ones
    you could go for uprated ones but they are a bitch to fit unless you have a set of ramps
    and they are only about £4 each

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffoeg
    the rubber bit?

    dont think so on the refusal slip it says rear exhaust system has a mounting that does not fully support the exhaust system

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    Well if it's not the rubber bit, it's one of the metal brackets

    It's "go and look time" for you

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    he said it was corroded at the join

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    Sounds like some welding needed then, or a new exhaust part

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    going to have a look the now see what i can see

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    right its a clamp on the end of the centre to the back box but it has springs on the clamp at either side

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    So it's the spings and bolts that have corroded then?

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