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hi, thanks for this, there were two small flats, a 17mm spanner did fine. :P in the end though we couldnt get the fronts off as they have a nut at the top that is 17mm, but has a plastic bit around it stoping it coming off?! how can we do this? kinda like this http://www.cabinnaise.com/vpage/nut.jpg but the rubber bit isnt attached to the same thing as the nut, and its much tighter to the nut. any ideas?
Hello all! i have a confession to make - i dont own a ford! im afraid i own a F ix I t A gain T omorrow (dont kill me :P ) however my mate has a, wait for it, 1.8 diesel, Mk 4 fiesta. his shocks have had it, being quite technical im saving him the cost of him using a garage and changing them for him. heres the problem : the shock absorbers have a drop link to an anti roll bar. how the !Removed! hell does this come off? it has a 15mm nut at one end and a plastic ball joint thing at the other, with a rubber boot in the middle. sorta like this: http://www.fiatforum.com/stilo-guides/9644...nks-30mins.html (3rd picture down) except it dosent have a allen key slot, just a bolt. is the secret to this one behind the black plastic boot? should i just nail some mole grips to it? any advice much appreciated :)