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Old 16-09-20
dc80 dc80 is offline
Join Date: Jan 2019
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Thanks again OJ and geopaj for the advice. I recently removed and liberally applied copper anti seize grease to all 8 adjuster bolts and replaced the rear lower coil insulators (which were shagged at only 57,000kms) with polytuff ones while I had the springs out.
Killed two birds with one stone.

I managed to retain camber and toe by marking the bolts before taking them out as the wheel alignment last weekend proved to need very little adjustment.

Took a whole afternoon but was worth it and peace of mind knowing the bolts should remain adjustable for years to come!
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