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04-18-2011 03:59 PM
fatmike
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Originally Posted by kennyk View Post
Use alcohol.... not grease, grease will help the rubber pop right out out, when you want it to stay. Alcohol will dry up after helping it slip in. Alcohol does that ya know
I may have just wet my pants with that one thanks!
04-18-2011 03:48 PM
DevilDogDoc Dishsoap works well too
04-18-2011 01:52 PM
kennyk Use alcohol.... not grease, grease will help the rubber pop right out out, when you want it to stay. Alcohol will dry up after helping it slip in. Alcohol does that ya know
04-13-2011 08:03 PM
neverfastenough1
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Originally Posted by towerofpower84 View Post
Went to my local 4 Wheel Parts and the guys gave me several bar pins and new bolts for free. After some grunting, several curse words, and a smashed finger, I got the bushing shoved back in there and got it put all back together. Relief at last!!!
Lol, goes in pretty easy with a little grease, at least compared to pushing it in without it.
04-13-2011 07:51 PM
towerofpower84 Went to my local 4 Wheel Parts and the guys gave me several bar pins and new bolts for free. After some grunting, several curse words, and a smashed finger, I got the bushing shoved back in there and got it put all back together. Relief at last!!!
04-11-2011 07:21 PM
Gary2 The bar pin is part of the shock not the Jeep , you can probably figure out the remedy now I bet .
04-11-2011 04:08 PM
towerofpower84
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Originally Posted by Rubicon06Va
I'm sure u know this, but shock purchase includes the mount attached to the new shock. Two bolts thru shock mounts into frame welded nutserts. I bought 4" lift Bilstein 5100 gas shocks and install. Pricey but excelleent.
Nope, didn't know that actually. Never have had a vehicle long enough to have to replace shocks, haha. But thanks!
04-11-2011 03:38 PM
Rubicon06Va I'm sure u know this, but shock purchase includes the mount attached to the new shock. Two bolts thru shock mounts into frame welded nutserts. I bought 4" lift Bilstein 5100 gas shocks and install. Pricey but excelleent.
04-11-2011 01:03 PM
minderbinder3 I don't know if you can buy them individually, but mine came as part of the new shocks I just installed. I bet if you check at a parts store and ask to see a shock for your jeep it will be on one end.
04-11-2011 12:50 PM
nick50471 Junk yard.
04-11-2011 12:39 PM
towerofpower84
Upper shock mount...?

Hey fellas need a hand. One of my rear upper shock mounts has gone AWOL. Lift is 4" skyjacker, it was installed in 2002. I can't seem to find a replacement online... Anyone know where I can find one? Does this look like a normal part or something the off road shop fabricated? See below for a picture of the shock mount that's still there. I need another one of these brackets.

http://db.tt/oZ619sG

My jeep is squirly as hell with only one rear shock! Haha...

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