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Re: [Mgs] FW: Grill

To: "Hans Duinhoven" <>, <>
Subject: Re: [Mgs] FW: Grill
From: PaulHunt73 via Mgs <>
Date: Mon, 25 May 2020 08:24:41 +0100 g4HXlrvo88VodJRpKLUJnST4a2u8g5m3ibdymHjOPnovtmebK/StuYcxq2dvFHVUsQQtVtnwILSkXsaPwC+8TRbJLilNtziUD/Y=
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If we are talking about the same problem - the lower nut seized to the pin, 
in the past I've had to remove the rear damper, drop-link and bottom plate 
as a unit and attack it on the bench by carefully cutting through the nut 
and using a chisel to open it up.  Without that the pin was just turning in 
the rubber bushing, which I feared would destroy it.  If they propose using 
heat, bear that in mind.


----- Original Message ----- 
> Hope to fix the RH rear shock absorber today. As the link to the leaf 
> spring
> is stuck, I'm going to a friendly garage to ask them to make it lose.
> Replacement looked so easy and all went well except the link connection to
> the absorber arm...




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