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Old April 4th, 2009, 01:11 PM   #1
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front rear leaf spring bolt has went 80 percent in, but now just turns but does nt go in all the way, or come back out. How can i get this bolt to to move the rest of the way in or back it out to replace it?
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Old April 4th, 2009, 01:13 PM   #2
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Use a BFH.
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is it the front or the rear bolt
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impact or BFH and another smaller bolt to punch it out
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if your installing the bolt I have found that greasing them up first helps alot
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I have a funny feeling you are working on an XJ. I bet you spun the weld nut on the inside of the frame rail. Need to break out the sawzall or cut off wheels for the grinder then.
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if your installing the bolt I have found that greasing them up first helps alot
even better is liquid dish soap, that shit is slippery as hell.
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