• 4.7124 Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
  • 4.7124 Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
  • 4.7124 Rear Trailing Arm Bushings

Rear Trailing Arm Bushings

Part Number: 4.7124
Manufacturer: Energy Suspension
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Polyurethane Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
They help maintain proper alignment for your car, especially under extreme driving conditions! These are a must for lowered cars and are vital to cars with larger than stock wheels.

Trailing Arm Bushings - Ford Focus - 4.7124

Polyurethane Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
  • Maintains proper alignment under extreme conditions on and offroad and during competition.
  • Improves vehicle handling, cornering and overall control.
  • Full floating, for smoother operation.
  • Made of Energy's HYPERFLEX performance polyurethane to add performance and durability
Footnotes
  • One Set Will Cover the Left and Right Side



  • 2 - 7106 Trailing Arm Bushings
  • 1 - Installation Instructions #17315


 energy logoEnergy Suspension warrants its products against defects in workmanship and material for 24 months when used on passenger cars and light trucks. Products that have been abused, altered, or incorrectly installed are not covered. Energy Suspension will replace defective products or component parts, if inspection for factory personnel determines the part to be defective. Warranty replacement covers only the product. Labor claims, time loss, or freight charges will not be honored.
Alternate Part Numbers for 4.7124
  • ENE-4.7124G
  • ENE-4.7124R
  • ENS-4-7124G
  • ENS-4-7124R
  • 47124G
  • 47124R

Energy Suspension 4.7124

Product Reviews for Trailing Arm Bushings 4.7124

Energy Suspension 4.7124



5 out of 5 based on 3 user reviews. Write a Review

I own a Focus wagon. Most other sites stated their parts did not fit the wagon. I called and talked to a customer service representative and they were honest with me. There was nothing in their liturature that said it would not fit a wagon. I purchased the parts and installed them myself. The most difficult part of the installation was making a threaded device to press the new bushing in place. I am very pleased with both the service provided and the parts.
5 out of 5 - Excellant
Dave Patchell - . Energy Suspension 4.7124
These were not the first set of Energy Suspension trailing arm bushes I’ve bought and fitted myself (first set were on a Honda Civic) so I knew I had to be prepared for a bit of a fight in getting them in place without using a hydraulic press. What I wasn't prepared for was that Ford neglected to lubricate/anti seize any of the original bushings meaning that all but 1 of the suspension bolts was completely stuck, leading me to a stressful and expensive couple of days! Something I did learn during the course of this job and by searching the internet is that on the Focus all the rear suspension bushes will be (unless you live in a desert) seized in place. If I had to do this job again I would remove the entire rear sub frame (6 bolts & the brake pipes) to save the grief of having to cut out and replace every other suspension arm and bush at the rear of the car. Dropping the sub frame would have saved me several hours of angle grinding seized suspension arms & bolts and around £600 on new suspension arms. Once the arm was out fitting the lubed bush into the outer arm shell was easy and I was able to do this by hand on both side. The challenging bit of fitting this bush was fitting the Pin through the middle. Whilst the instructions state that any chamfers or burrs should be removed, in reality this meant using an angle grinder to smooth the corners of the Pin that surround the bolt holes, not something I would attempt using a file or a Dremmel. Then it was a case of securing the trailing arm in a vice and beating (using a rubber dead blow hammer) the lubed pin until it was through enough to work by hand. A four wheel alignment is also required once replacing these parts. The Energy Suspension bushes coupled with the rest of the rear suspension being renewed have given the car a much improved feel and road holding. The rear of the car does sit slightly higher, although this is due the fact the original Ford trailing arm bushes had collapsed and it now sits where it is supposed to. Definitely an improvement worth doing, remember to do your homework before hand to save yourself unexpected grief in fitting or a large garage bill if you have someone else do it for you and they hit the same issues with seized suspension arms!
5 out of 5 - Excellent, once theyre in...
James Kirby - . Energy Suspension 4.7124
I replaced the original bushing with this product. I did it without taking off completely the trail arms and it fit right away. Just burn the original one prepare the surfaces and slide it with a pry bar
5 out of 5 - good fix
Jean-Francois Garcia - . Energy Suspension 4.7124