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Old March 15th, 2008, 09:56 PM   #1
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I can't get my carrier out of my 14 bolt. I have everything out and it only will move a little. This is the first 14 bolt i have worked on. Please let me know what i am missing.
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You loosen the adjusters? I had to use a punch.
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Yes, take off both adjusting bolts and then loosen the adjusting collars, one goes up and one goes down. Then it will fall out.
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I don't see any adjusters do you have any pictures
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See the adjuster with the holes in it with the two pins with the bolt going into the bearing cap holding it in place? Take off that bolt (which I'm sure you already have off) and the adjusters should spin away from the carrier allowing it to drop out. They're on both sides. They make a tool for it, but a punch works also.

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I got it thank you. They didn't move at first.
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