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Anti roll bar bushes

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Kadonkadonk1, Jan 4, 2019.

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  1. Kadonkadonk1

    Kadonkadonk1 Member

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    How much of a nightmare is it to replace the anti roll bar bushes on the front and back of a d2.
    I had a look the other day and the bolts look fairly rusted.
    And with a 2" lift is it worth taking them off or keep them for stability for when road driving.
    I've not got a.c.e
     
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    Pawl Well-Known Member

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    Start spraying the bolt threads with wd40 or other penetrating fluids a week before you want to do the job & get yourself the relevant 6 sided impact socket for the bolt heads. Make sure you get the right size bushes to suit the relevant arb diameter.
    Ideally then use an impact gun to loosen them after the good soaking.
    Job shouldn't be too difficult if you can get the bolts loose - lol
     
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