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ian ross
i had wee accident in the snow other nite slid into a kerb at low spped but twisted wishbone and the long bar bit after the ball joint got bent am just wondering if the bar bit is able to get replaced without changing the whole lot ive showed a pic of a bit am meaning which is bent on my car
dezwez
yes got mine off ebay
should tell you how in haynes
manual :)

paste this in ebay Item number: 160456629964
ian ross
[quote name='dezwez' timestamp='1290982417' post='105283']
yes got mine off ebay
should tell you how in haynes
manual :)

paste this in ebay Item number: 160456629964
[/quote]


sweet wont cost much to fix after all do u think will just be that as one wheel straight but other is not hope so r these easy to get out
dezwez
[quote name='ian ross' timestamp='1290985102' post='105293']
sweet wont cost much to fix after all do u think will just be that as one wheel straight but other is not hope so r these easy to get out
[/quote]
looks like it but get your tracking cheked
after fitting :)
you will need a good pair of mole grips
to un screw this from the rack
LiamZetec
Yeah you will need to get the tracking re-done after getting the new rod fitted.

Liam
ian ross
tried to split the day but aint budging hink am gonna somehow try and get to a garage to get its fixed to cold and always snowing when i go to do it


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