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Old 11-12-2023, 06:24 PM   #11
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Took a while to finally get to it, but this weekend I tackled the LCAs, hubs, and front discs and pads. In all, 10-12 hours, of which a solid 4 were spend cutting off 8 sections of bushings and bolts that were rusted solid. Rusty suspension work sucks.

The good news is that it all looks and drives great. Nothing broke, no lights or warnings, no sounds or vibrations. It drives great. I will call first thing tomorrow to get an appointment for an alignment at the dealership anyway, of course.

I have to say that it was great to have a lift for this job, especially with all the hours of sawzall work.

Feeling pretty proud right now.
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