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Old 11-21-2012, 05:02 PM
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Spring Shackle woes

is there anyone in the Louisville area that would be interested in assisting me with replacing a spring shackle and maybe my gas tank (if i cant find the leak to fix it)? I have been putting it off for too long now and it is getting closer to meeting the body I have a 95 Bronco XLT Sport, stock height.

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If I were closer we could get all that mess sorted out..(I've replaced 5-6 shackles/hangers.)

Do you have tools?
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i do have tools, but no compressor, patience, or anything associated with the latter lol
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i do have tools, but no compressor, patience, or anything associated with the latter lol
A side grinder will work fine...Cut an X in the Rivet head, and then grind away until you can use a punch and knock the rivet out...Rinse/Repeat...lol

Hope you get this issue sorted out
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