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Old 09-02-2002, 04:11 PM
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I would really suggest some sort of small tip flame. I don't know if I would use anything like a heat gun for fear of heating other components. I still don't understand why you are changing the hydraulic cylinders. The front suspension has plain old shock absorbers, and if they are leaking ,they should be replaced. The things in the rear that look like shocks just extend and retract to whatever length to keep the car level under different loads. The shocks in the rear are actually those nitrogen filled spheres. If the cylinders aren't leaking, and load leveling works, I can't see spending the time or money. ????

Peter
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