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Torsion Bar Height Adjustment Bolt Replacement?


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Well lesson learned that I should of indexed my torsion bars before going so low. I stripped the threads off the bolt and nut. Luckily I found replacement ones.

 

As far as replacing the Height adjustment bolt, I assume I'd have to lower the subframe? please let there be another way ha... 

 

Thanks for the help!



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Nevermind I got it! Just had to punch it out from bottom and pull it up from above... I had to pay 45 bucks shipped just to get a new bolt and nut lol. How it goes sometimes.



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CSPCRX

Sorry to hear this!  Where did you find new ones?


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ebay..had to buy a whole integra tube just to get the nut and bolt. Seems like I could just swap out both for longer bolts, then indexing wouldn't be needed. Oh well I'll just do it the correct way now.



#5
CSPCRX

Indexing is absolutely the way to go!


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85 CRX DX totally original
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