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Old 01-04-2013, 05:11 PM   #36
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Man, I went old old school and broke down everything with wrenches and socket wrenches about like they did back in the day on my 66 over 2 weekends. The only thing in addition to those were a good 3/4" breaker bar and a 3' cheater bar. That got everything apart with exception in the front leaf spring mounts on the rear, which I just cut the springs with a cut off wheel. Of course those are still sitting where they were and still need to get em out but a 1/2", 7/16" & 9/16" socket will get 99% of that car apart.
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Man, I went old old school and broke down everything with wrenches and socket wrenches about like they did back in the day on my 66 over 2 weekends. The only thing in addition to those were a good 3/4" breaker bar and a 3' cheater bar. That got everything apart with exception in the front leaf spring mounts on the rear, which I just cut the springs with a cut off wheel. Of course those are still sitting where they were and still need to get em out but a 1/2", 7/16" & 9/16" socket will get 99% of that car apart.
That was my plan. Thought I'd feel more proud if I put some elbow grease into it but I'm having difficulties with some nuts and bolts. I've tried PB blaster with a couple layers of spray and then muscling it but still no budge. And as a beginner I don't think I trust my self with a hand held torch under the car especially with the brake lines and fuel lines in the area that the hardware is stuck
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You working on front or rear suspension?
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You working on front or rear suspension?
Front suspension along with taking apart the front end. Have hardware stck on lower valance, the shields that protect the coil springs, fenders upper bolts, etc
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