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Old 08-06-2006, 03:47 PM
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Anyone near nashville wanna torch somethin for me?

Hey y'all,

i'm in need of some help. i'm looking for someone who'd be willing to use some acetyline for me for some cash, so i can replace my radius arm bushings without me having to remove the radius arm... so anyone interested? i'd appreciate it.

any magical methods that dont require a torch are welcome also, thats is 1 big rivet
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Old 08-09-2006, 11:00 AM
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Grinder, BFH and punch, that's how most lifts have been installed.
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Old 08-09-2006, 12:26 PM
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hm... that'd probably involve taking off the coil and everything though.. i'm just trying to replace the bushings, its 2wd so i dont wanna lift it
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I can use a torch if you need me but I'm in southeast TN
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Lift requires replacement of the radius arm mounts back at the frame, you have to remove them to replace the bushings, that's why I brought it up, just telling you how it's done without a torch.
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ah alright.. i misunderstood ya.

i appreciate the offer harleydiesel, but thats a lil far for me to go on bushings as bad as mine, and i dont think my buddy's volkswagen jetta could tow it that far.. heh
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