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"Make sure you pay attention to the old center link before you remove it. There’s a slight difference in the length to the inner tie rod ends. One side of the center link slightly longer then the other side to the tie rods. Make note of that so…"
You may want to evaluate your rear trailing arm bushings and the ball joint above the rear axel while you are freshening up the rear axel area - shocks as well ( solving the rear end rumble )
There is a go pro video…"
"If the wheels are in the air there will be no tension at all, but if the wheels are on the ground you won't be able to get the new one in at all without a fight.You won't need any tools to put the new one in. Just slip the…"
All great info there, will start going through everything as described. Would you use remote detonation or go old school and have a long fuse and zippo? Hahaha.
Seriously though thank you for your time. Will keep you posted."
"The rear wheel bearing should off course be fitted correctly with the o-ring and the oil seal.
SKF-bearings have the oil seal fitted on the bearing:
In the above picture you see the oil seal and the o-ring correctly fitted. Please note the the…"
"As I said I replaced the springs in the CV-joints. Also replaced the the other parts except the ball/pin (looked good) as that required a lathe and some good skill, of which I have none.
The shop redid the CV-joints and balanced the axle. Exactly…"
"The front wheels must be off the ground to remove the center link, so the linkage is free to move. Really only one wheel needs to be free, but anyway.You won't need to take off the pitman arm unless you're replacing that or the…"
About to embark on replacing hte center link.. the part comes in tomorow,, i got a pitman puller and a tie rod puller as suggested earlier..i was reading th book on it, and I diidnt pick about the wheels... can i put the car on a ramp with the wheels stationary or do i need lift up the car and have the wheels hanging freely?any other tips or tricks,,,,anyone who has read my adventures should know by now,, its take a part adn put back together 3 or 4 times,,,, so any tips would be…See More
About to embark on replacing hte center link.. the part comes in tomorow,, i got a pitman puller and a tie rod puller as suggested earlier..i was reading th book on it, and I diidnt pick about the…Continue
My 1964 Cadillac electrical system is running around 17 volt which is to high,the alternator, battery and the voltage regulator was replaced but the voltage is still to high, could it be the pig tail that plugs into the voltage regulator.