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swaybar troubles by ztempleman
Started on: 04-19-2016 06:45 PM
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Last post by: tshark on 04-19-2016 07:57 PM
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Well I soaked the bolts in pb for 2 days and like everyone it seems, all 4 bolts broke off.
.......So like always came here as and will try my luck.
Cannot weld a nut onto any of them so.
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Hmmm. Did you soak them top and bottom, multiple times per day? I usually use a torch to warm them up. I'm sure someone else will tell me this is all wrong, but it has worked for me.

Now that they're broken off, remove whatever is left, as well as the parts that broke off. Don't leave that stuff in the frame. You can get the bushings and probably the bolts from TFS. Rodney sells the bushings.
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Yea soaked top and bottom but never heated them up but will keep in mind For next time.
I guess ima try flattening surface with dremel and try drilling a small hole centered and reverse bitwish me luck lol
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Use a punch and hammer to get out what you can.
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