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Old 10-31-2003, 01:50 PM
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If he lowered it, all he did was remove the crossmember and allow the rear of the tranny to sag a couple inches. If the tranny had been removed you would have been charged way more than one hour labor.

It is an easy job, especially the front bushing: remove the linkage, remove the lever, cut old bushing out and press in new, replave lever, replace linkage. Done.
Mike Tangas
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