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MCubed45Feb-27-13 08:37 PM
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#33788, "RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?"
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Originally posted by Gruff511
Okay thanks that gives me a good est. time


Also be sure to take apart the bushing for the inboard side of the lateral arm and toe adjustment arm. It came assembled and looked like 1 solid piece and was giving me a bitch of time trying to get it lined up. The piece is actually an outer meter sleeve, 2 pieces of poly pushed in from either side, and an inner sleeve. It comes apart with some prying and pulling. IDK why that one doesn't come disassembled like all the other bushings.



Also we don't use that extra spacer. It's an AWD only part. It'd be nice if the parts list indicated that...

-marc

  

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Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension? [View all] , MCubed45, Feb-06-13 06:22 PM
  RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, Moderatorteklein, Feb-06-13 06:24 PM, #1
RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, Gruff511, Feb-07-13 08:24 AM, #2
      RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, Moderatorbullettdsm, Feb-07-13 02:33 PM, #3
           RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, MCubed45, Feb-07-13 06:02 PM, #4
                RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, Gruff511, Feb-09-13 09:02 PM, #5
                     RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, MCubed45, Feb-09-13 11:23 PM, #6
                          RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, Gruff511, Feb-10-13 08:49 AM, #7
                               RE: Prothane bushings - still have to load suspension?, MCubed45, Feb-27-13 08:37 PM #8

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