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  • igofshn
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    This will help make it easy.

    http://www.stu-offroad.com/misc/bracket-spreader.htm

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  • Dukes69
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    I replace them one at a time. When you go back to put them on have a buddy push (with a foot) on either the front facing or rear facing tread of the tire. This will rotate the axle and allow you (who is under the Jeep) to line up the holes and insert the bolts. Good luck! If I still lived in SB I'd give you a hand . . . oh well. Have fun!

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  • jim79cj7
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    You can do them 1 at a time . the uppers are more difficult then the lowers . jusy make sure you have a big pry bar at your disposal if needed .

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  • JMyerz
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    RE Control Arm Q

    Sometimes I feel like a NewB.

    So, I need to serivce my RE joints but I currently reside in a Apartment complex and don't have any friends with garages!

    Anyway, I am wondering if I take off and service one arm at a time and re attach it before moving on to the next one, will I have troubles getting it back on or should it just go right back? ie will the axle rotate?

    Thanks

    Justin
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