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    Can you cap off rear aws lines?

    OK, i had to sell my AWS delete kit (to get the turbos rebuilt due to that fukin piece of plastic !!) I was wondering if I can cap off the lines going to the rear and not have any issues with the aws. Anyone know or have any idea? My right rear boot is leakin because the seals apparently are old and there is a pin hole in the middle of the boot. that was y i was going to do the aws delete kit.

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    my opinion is you should not because without using end links to lock the rear toe your toe may be able to move around while driving.

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    Agreed, now that I re-read your intentions that is a bad idea. You need a way to lock down the movement of the rear. Either fix your leak or find another kit.

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    No, you wont be able to, I was going to do this as well, but upon doing some research it's the pressure in the fluid system that keeps the steering rack in it's centered position. Without you'll end up with very poor handling and a very sloppy ride.


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