Re: Removing Front Suspension Components
You've been given all the right advice on big friggin hammer usage so all I can add is that a can of PB Blaster will be your best friend when disassembling anything on these old cars. Spray the nuts/threads, have a beer, spray again, have another beer or two, by then everything comes apart quite nicely. Be aware the stuff stinks royally so make sure you have good ventilation.
The Garlic Capital, Gilroy,CA
(sold June 15,2014) 1968 RS convertible that is not quite stock
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