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Old 05-12-2011, 06:50 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by Djzx3 View Post
Okay well I got my Camber bolt on the back left to move atleast, I can tighten it more and then back it off, but when reversing with the air gun it gets stuck.

My questions are.... What PSI is that air gun your using running at? And am I most likely going to have to replace the arm cause the bushing is rusted to the bolt?

Also who sells the cheapest arms?
I got the SPC arms from O'reilly Auto for $100 I have given up on getting the bolts out of the bushings, I'm having to take it to a shop to do it. If the bottom bolts are this hard to get out, I can't imagine how hard the top ones are going to be with much less room to work. It's really starting to anger me that they didn't build in adjustment from the factory...this whole thread should be unnecessary if Ford would have spent just a few $$ more per car.
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