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10-30-2012, 12:14 AM #11
I checked and Autozone does not rent the tool needed for this repair. I tend to agree with tbplus on using heat. But while I was searching for a 4 link for my truck last night I came across a comapny that sells a lift kit that actually does away with the t bars. It is a bolt on kit to give the older Silverado/Sierra's a modern coilover suspension. Might be a good time to look for something like that.http://www.bajakits.com/. Pics would be nice!!
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10-30-2012, 07:59 PM #12
Well, Ive got pics but cant get the things to upload from my phone! If it aint the truck messing up its the stupid portable telegraphs! I took tbplus10's advice on the "flamming wrench" haha
I went and got another torsion bar today and going to attempt heatin her up. Until my technical difficulties are fixed, no pictures fellas. Sorry!
11-03-2012, 08:43 PM #13
I'm having no luck with the down loading pics from phone, but anyway was able to remove key from torsion bar. With a really BFH, and a few good hits it was off. Went and bought a brand new unloading tool, which made it nice going back together. Money well spent on tool, I'll keep this one around for a while, for future task..
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