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Old 06-08-2004, 02:52 PM   #11
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I like it when I'm right

Follow the instructions and guidlines in that long thread of Fuddy'*. It'* easy, just takes a little time.

You should also notice a big improvement in ride quality and handling. Which endlink kit did you buy?
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You should also notice a big improvement in ride quality and handling. Which endlink kit did you buy?
I ended up with the Perfect Circle kit, with red rubber spacers... didn't know about the Energy Suspension one until I read that other post just now.

I only have 1 set installed (the broken one on the driver'* side), as the old endlinks came out pretty easily since they were in two pieces. However, I could NOT for the life of me get the passenger side bolt out! The top nut came off prettu easily, but the the bolt was stuck inside all the rubber spacers. I yanked and twisted that thing 20 different ways until my arm was about to fall off, but it wouldn't budge... I ran out of time and had to keep the original in place on that side, and will tackle it again on another day. I think I'll get my utility torch out the next time!
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Saw it off! That'* what I did.
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Do a search. There'* a post called "no more ringy-ding noises" in 92-99 by fuddyduddy121 with lots of info on this.
*harrumph*

That'* not his post; it'* mine:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=5791

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Yes, let us know when that happens.
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I was just going to let it go... busted.
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Now, now, kids... the important thing is that we (and specifically I) learned what my suspension problem was, thanks to all the helpful info posted by BOTH of you. Right? RIGHT? So thank you very much... BOTH of you.
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Now, now, kids... the important thing is that we (and specifically I) learned what my suspension problem was, thanks to all the helpful info posted by BOTH of you.
But... but... I didn't do anything wrong here; it was all _his_ fault.

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But he started it when he said--

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So thank you very much... BOTH of you.
You're welcome Mister Scotty.

(but he'* still a Poopyhead...)
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