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How is it done... all 4 nuts (2 per side) are spinning freely?
 

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FYI the studs that the nuts are on form a ball and socket joint inside the endlink, wich allows the stud to spin freely. IIRC you are supposed to be able to put an allen wrench in the end of teh "stud", of course up here in the "rust-belt" that'll never work. As a last resort you should be able to get a small vice-grips on the small part of the rubber boot. HTH

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After the allen socket hole rounds out, I go for the torch. The cutoff wheel also makes quick work of them. If you are trying to save them, try what Glen said.

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So... under the boot (held on by the c-clips), on the stud... I'll find a allen key hole? Like near the location of the bottom arrow?

Thanks... for everything so far.

I searched about "end links" and only got info on install or "DYI" stuff on here, nothing about removal. lolz And a BIG nothing mentioned here: http://www.cygnusx1.net/supra/library/TSRM/fa/FA_27.html
 

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Have you tried a Pickle Fork ? its usually used to remove ball joints, it might work here, aight peace
 

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BoostAddctn said:
Have you tried a Pickle Fork ? its usually used to remove ball joints, it might work here, aight peace
Wait, nevermind that won't work here... sorry
 

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Heh, not only is there an "edit" button you could have used, there's a "delete" button that would have worked better. aight peace
 

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Bishop92T said:
Heh, not only is there an "edit" button you could have used, there's a "delete" button that would have worked better. aight peace
You Know it ;)
 
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