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Hello, Everyone
Well, This weekend I replaced my rear links and bushings with Moog and I must say what a difference. The originals were shot no rubber left. They were a PITA to remove but not hard. The following wkend I will do the front. Any ques please ask?? And thank you all for the great info.....this site truly is a money saver.
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I did the front links and bushings this weekend but unless I can get someone to torch the nuts off on the rear, I will not be touching it.
I will take my parts to the shop to do the rears, especially that one close to the tank. Why? you ask.
For the front I had to take the bar off chop off one bolt with the grinder and one on the frame. It had loctite and rusted so bad when I put the allen wrench in the front threaded post it split open.
Was the rears hard to come off?

If you're living in area that is salted heavily for snow you can buy some heat shrink that electricians use. Put it over the threaded area, heat it, the threaded area should be protected from rusting or not as bad.
 
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