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Linkpin Kit Installation

Darrylmc

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Hey
Just wanting to know if anyone has any info on how to install linkpins and swaybar bushes on a 2007 VE Calais.
Perhaps there is already already a thread I did do a search but could not find anything.

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks
 

greenacc

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Quite easy. Just have a look how the originals are fitted and fit the new ones the same way.
Do it with the car level, not just jacked up on one side at a time.
 

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Hey
Just wanting to know if anyone has any info on how to install linkpins and swaybar bushes on a 2007 VE Calais.
Perhaps there is already already a thread I did do a search but could not find anything.

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks
Its fairly easy, just nuts and bolts. Probably need a Torx wrench to hold the link pins whilst you run up the nuts.
Front or rear would be similar, jack the car, install jack stands, wheels off, and go for it!
 

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Thanks for the replies guys...i have managed to find a youtube on this being done on a Pontiac G8 which is pretty much the same version of my V6 Calais

 
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