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Old 05-06-2015, 11:15 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by swhitfield2013 View Post
No problem glad i could help as for mean14 its has nothing to do with knowledge a nutless monkey could do it, its the fact you are going to need more clearance than most jacks plus ramps offer as well as the fact that with out the proper wrenches its virtually impossible if you have a lift an some torque wrenches more power to you but for those of us who dont have access to things like that this thread serves as a warning that yes you can get the rear bolts off, i did with the little bit i had but the part on the transmission isnt gonna happen there just isnt enough room to muscle it

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The only wrench I used was a 1/2" socket wrench with 5in extension. Make sure you're using a 12mm 12pt. All of this can be picked up at a local hardware store for around $20. That gave me enough leverage to muscle the front bolts no problem. I also didn't even Jack the front of the car up. It was the rear only and I had a good amount of clearance. I'm just spelling it out for people who want to do it themselves but are limited with tools.

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Old 06-01-2015, 09:12 PM   #37
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Soaked mine in some pb, let soak for 24hrs then used a big a** breaker bar. Came right loose for me.
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