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Old 09-29-2006, 11:02 PM   #1
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for a '92 ssei... and how hard are they to install...
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pff, not hard at ALL. I know they can't be much harder than mine. I think our cars might be related in SOME far fetched way.

But yeah, they can be a pain, but generally easy as nothing else.
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They are very inexpensive. ~ $30 for everything you'll need. The front kit is about $16.00, the rear bolts/nuts, and bushing kit (separate) will run you about $12. Very worthwhile mod!
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not hard... an hour in the driveway with a jack and stands and appropriate tools
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sweet, yeah, my endlinks snapped a few days ago, so I'd like to repair them myself. Feeling happy right now. I know this probably goes in 92-99, but can I drive on a snapped endlink?
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sweet, yeah, my endlinks snapped a few days ago, so I'd like to repair them myself. Feeling happy right now. I know this probably goes in 92-99, but can I drive on a snapped endlink?
Some Bonnes came from the factory with a missing endlink, so you're probably ok to drive, but I'd change them asap and be careful especially on turns.
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yeah, but as you probably already know.. its riding like ****... get on that asap!
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sweet, yeah, my endlinks snapped a few days ago, so I'd like to repair them myself. Feeling happy right now. I know this probably goes in 92-99, but can I drive on a snapped endlink?
Some Bonnes came from the factory with a missing endlink, so you're probably ok to drive, but I'd change them asap and be careful especially on turns.
where did you hear that?
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sweet, yeah, my endlinks snapped a few days ago, so I'd like to repair them myself. Feeling happy right now. I know this probably goes in 92-99, but can I drive on a snapped endlink?
Some Bonnes came from the factory with a missing endlink, so you're probably ok to drive, but I'd change them asap and be careful especially on turns.
where did you hear that?
One of many endlink threads...lol..I think they were only in a certain time period of production...maybe 97ish. Had a missing front endlink assembly if I recall correctly.
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yup, hes not nuts, i remember reading that too...
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