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    Blargh.

    what size are these suckers


    19 mm wrench is the biggest I've got and it didnt fit on the red one, and I want to grab a new one up early in the A.M. when i pick up my new front camber bolt that I broke off. Forgot to check the green ones.

    18 year old suspension hardware can suck my ratchet.

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    I think its 21mm or 13/16", but let me tell you if you are also trying to remove the green ones, I hope you have new hardware. I snapped mine off when removing. I ended up cutting the opposite side to get the control arm out.

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    Ut oh
    Well, i have new maximal control arms and it comes with the hardware. Im wondering if I should just deal with the negative camber for a couple days, tires are shot anyway and new ones will be on by the time I get my alignment. I need the car drivable by noon tomorrow.

    And thank you, 21mm looked about right.

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    time to upgrade that tool kit

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    ^ lol, I started small and buy tools as I need them. College budget ftl. You guys would laugh, I can fit all of my tools into a small carry case.

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    Yea, if you can put it off, do it. I did my coilovers in a matter of a few hours. Due to the issues I had with the bolts it took me like 6 hours to do the damn control arms.

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