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Old 05-04-2018, 06:02 PM
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I chickened out....

I did my front sway bar links on my 76 280C. I was also intending to do the sway bar bushings.
I loosened the driver's side with no problems, when I started on my passenger's side the upper bolt was easy enough however; the thought came to do I install this bolt back when I can barely fit my fingers in the frame to take it out.
So, long story short, I screwed it back in before I had threaded it all the way out.
Yes, total chickened out move.

1976 280C
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