Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Northfield, Illinois
Once, years ago, I had the same issue. The bolt head indicated it was an 8.8, not too hard. I spread the chassis arms enough to get a saber saw in and cut through the bolt on each end inside the chassis arms. First cut was difficult with a "spreader" block hammered in place. Second was easier.
Once out, I used a hudraulic press to RUIN the lever arm assembly enough so I then fitted another I had. By then I had lost patience. Today I probably would have applied hydraulic pressure, heat and liberal PB Blaster over more time and avoided ruining the part. Harder to find good spares now.
From my experience.
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