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      06-04-2013, 03:17 PM   #23
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Awesome write up; better than the other ones in this forum.

I''ll be installing a Bilstein B12 pro kit & Eibach sway bars soon
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Hey dumb question, but your picture looks slightly different than my car. Here are two images I took of the shock i need to get out. Looks more like I have to stick a hex or star-bit key in the middle, and then loosen the nut?
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