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Old 06-26-2001, 12:52 AM
Stan Pittman Stan Pittman is offline
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This is not a DIY job. The spring will not come off as long as you just remove the spindle and NOT the shock absorber bolts. There is a plate that you will need to hold the knuckle (spindle) to press the ball joint in. You can remove it with no special tools. I use a vise to hold it and a big hammer and knocking tool to knock it loose.
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