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Old 08-08-2004, 01:26 PM   #11
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New bolts wouldn't hurt either...
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Great thinking Will! Jason, I made a thread somewhere "everything we know about suspension" the p/n might be in there, or in my ssei sway bar swap thread. You'll need new nuts and bolts for the sway endlinks. If you want new bolts everywhere, You'll have to use the bolts from your car on the center links too. They're the same size and everything, But If you wanna go nuts with new bolts you'll have to have those out anyway.

I found my spare set of coil Isolators, I swear if I put some tire shine on them I could sell them to you as brand spankin new.

I have the springs marked with which corner of the car they came from, Some of the AutoXer'* said it would be retard to put them on the wrong side, I have no idea why.
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The endlink kit you buy for the front will have all the hardware you need. You need stock bolts and nuts for the rears, though.
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