Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: CANADA! Montreal (party city), Quebec
^^good point dropped. But just put a warning at the beginning of the thread as opposed to deleting it, because it's still good info for those who don't have access to a spring compressor for various reasons, and that have the experience to do it.
I used an electric torque drill or wtv to take the tob bolt off the strut and the top seat just kinda moved up a little when the bolt came off...spring just decompressed slightly, nothing major, didn't seem dangerous.
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