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    Default XM front strut "top hat" rubbers

    Hi,

    does anyone know where I can get a set of front strut top rubbers for an XM?

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    Exchange from KingAS in Lithuania. Good price, prompt turnaround.

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    Are they the same as Xantias
    I have 4 cars for spares
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    They're appreciably different. All are NFP and dealer stocks exhausted.

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    Do you have contact details Addo? I have searchrd the net and have been unable to find them.

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    Sorry, forgot they'd "consolidated" and now trade under this name: www.elastomer.eu - Home

    As Australian cars don't rust, I would suggest asking for your own to be re-bonded, rather than getting an exchange set sent out immediately. Depends on your timeframe, of course.

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    Thanks for this Addo

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    And in getting your own done you will end up with the correct centre bore dimension. Remember XMs had thinner struts for non V6.
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