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Old 08-01-2013, 07:41 PM   #1
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Instalking axlebacks

The ball flare clasp on my 2013 seems to be welded on?? can't seem to get it off... more elbow grease? any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-01-2013, 09:49 PM   #2
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Ne'ermind. just ripped the SoB's off with some elbow grease and a crowbar.

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP GUYS! lol
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Ne'ermind. just ripped the SoB's off with some elbow grease and a crowbar.

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP GUYS! lol
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Lol. Sorry brother. But as you know. Crow bar it. I was also scared at first to yank. Did you get them instalked tho.
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If a hammer and crowbar don't work it's an electrical problem. Lol. I have yet to find a problem that a big enough hammer can't fix.
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If a hammer and crowbar don't work it's an electrical problem. Lol. I have yet to find a problem that a big enough hammer can't fix.
And if you can't fix it with a hammer... Get a bigger hammer!
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Lol. Sorry brother. But as you know. Crow bar it. I was also scared at first to yank. Did you get them instalked tho.
lol instalked. I was underneath the car at the time... just noticed...
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You were stalking the rear end on your 'stang. Perv.
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Old 08-02-2013, 11:48 AM   #9
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I just used a grinder

That is only a small tach weld. I just used a small grinder to get it off. I have heard you can pry it or bang it but NOT ON MY MUSTANG. I do not use a hammer on my car. Everybody knows that is a Harley Davidson tool.

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That is only a small tach weld. I just used a small grinder to get it off. I have heard you can pry it or bang it but NOT ON MY MUSTANG. I do not use a hammer on my car. Everybody knows that is a Harley Davidson tool.

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