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I am booked in to get the front shocks, top mounts dust protection and drop links changed on Monday.

I have bought all the parts myself from Mister-auto but am confused after reading the how to change thread HOW TO : Changing Springs on an FK2 Civic (2008)

My bump stops look nothing like them and also the top mount looks different.

Parts I got are
Front shock absorber KYB 339722 - Shock absorbers/Suspension both sides
Link Stabiliser FEBI BILSTEIN 30924 - Wheel and axle suspension x 2
Complete protection kit (dust cover) KYB 910132 - Shock absorbers/Suspension
Suspension Strut Support Bearing MONROE MK354 - Shock absorbers/Suspension x 2

now the picture is showing the bump stop and top mount but I can work out how the hell the bump stop fits or will there be something else that the garage will re-use?
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You got the wrong top mounts buddy sorry there apparently for a EP 3 civic . Bump stop on the other hand is correct

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I get confused to I've tried asking people if these or yours are right every one has mixed views.!

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Even though it says 1.8 mk8?? I'm even more confused now then seeing as it asks for Reg etc.

And the original part 51920SMGE01 is listed against them?

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That top mount is definitely wrong as the original top mounts have rubber which provides protection on the body struts.
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That top mount is definitely wrong as the original top mounts have rubber which provides protection on the body struts.
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I have looked on cox and the other one for the parts and they both list 51920SMGE01 and the Monroe one is a replacement?

When you say rubber where do you mean? looking at my picture the round bit is the bearing then I think when the spring is taken off there is the retainer with a hook on it that the bump stop passes through? will let the mechanic figure it out. worst case scenario is he uses the old top mounts I guess..
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Wrong parts
All of them? cause if thats the case then the struts will be wrong as well.. and Mister-autos will be getting a disgruntled email off me!!

actually seems not 51920SMGE01,HONDA 51920-SMG-E01 Mounting Set, suspension strut support bearing for HONDA would suggest they are correct.. all 3 makes look slightly different

I guess I will find out Monday

Now to mess changing the indicator bulb thats gone today
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This is the top mount and bearing
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Another pic mister auto aren't great for parts wrong parts listed wrong part numbers listed etc. Bearing and top mount is incorrect.
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The rubber that sits on the lip all round the top mount . Indicator bulb is easy the front yeah.. take the arch lining out slightly and reach up.

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Another pic mister auto aren't great for parts wrong parts listed wrong part numbers listed etc. Bearing and top mount is incorrect.
There the correct ones in the picture you have there paddy

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Another pic mister auto aren't great for parts wrong parts listed wrong part numbers listed etc. Bearing and top mount is incorrect.
Thats just the thing though, I used the OEM part numbers and the link I put up suggests 4 different makers I think Febest is the OEM supplier as it looks just like the ones in your picture.
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This is the top mount and bearing
I bought the top hat part off eBay and watched them flex slightly which worried me but rubber is supposed to move though isn't it. where else would you buy them from if you don't like going to Honda!!

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Cheers guys... will see what happens monday
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What about the top mount part where do you get that from.

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Are these any good paddy !

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