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Old 10-15-2013, 11:15 PM   #1
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Can't get one side tighten all the way thinking bout using the new bushings and old hardware
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Impact gun will do the trick
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Looks like you're stripping the bolt
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I used the old hardware with the new bushings should of done that from the start now I trying to see how tight I should do it
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I used the old hardware with the new bushings should of done that from the start now I trying to see how tight I should do it
If the old bushings weren't poly then your new ones can break your old hardware
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If the old bushings weren't poly then your new ones can break your old hardware
Th new ones are poly made sure before I bought them
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Th new ones are poly made sure before I bought them
What about your old ones?
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What about your old ones?
Broke all 8 had rips in them
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Broke all 8 had rips in them
No were your old ones poly
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No were your old ones poly
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