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Old 04-23-2006, 03:32 PM   #11
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so this is available at all autozones?

what kind of pricing am i to expect ?
yes they should have them

and its $35 for both kits
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so this is available at all autozones?

what kind of pricing am i to expect ?
$15-20 for the front kit, i dont know about rear
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yes and they are availble at AutoZone

PN 8105 and 8120
do these part numbers apply to my car as well?
they apply to all 92-99'* and it may count for 87-91 also
Yes this will work with the 87-99'*...

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Rear Kit 9.8105R $15.99
http://autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker...EEGS%7C%7Etrue
Front Kit 9.8120R $20.99
http://autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker...0%7C%7E9.8120R

3.5" long 3/8" Grade 8 bolts cost $3 for 2 of them and 30 cents for the two nylock nuts.
When I looked at the kit, it said on the package that it came with Grade 5 bolts. What'* the difference?

Anyway, I was VERY impressed with this upgrade. It'* the first thing to do before going to new shocks/springs. Getting the old components apart will be the hardest thing with all the rust. Get some PB Blaster penetrating oil to take care of it.
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grade 5 is the strength rating of the bolt. grade 8 is the strongest.
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It'* a very good upgrade for the price! The difference is extremely noticeable. I was going to install mine this weekend but it poured every day.
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I did mine at Bill'* yesterday .....I make a good difference.....From what bill noticed and me the fronts were fairly new and really east to get off.....the rear is easy......and if u can't get it off, just cut it off, right Bill?? Anyways I think I need to tighten mine up a little more....it'* better but not as tight as I would like it!! For u though it should make a big diffenence if they have never been changed out before!!
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I'll be at Bill'* next weekend to change mine and scan my car.
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and if u can't get it off, just cut it off, right Bill??
or if your cool like me, you try and use heat but u light the bushing on fire and before you can put it out using mountain dew, it burns a hole in your cv boot, spewing grease everywhere, and resulting in the purchase of a new axle.
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and if u can't get it off, just cut it off, right Bill??
or if your cool like me, you try and use heat but u light the bushing on fire and before you can put it out using mountain dew, it burns a hole in your cv boot, spewing grease everywhere, and resulting in the purchase of a new axle.
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