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aaronh86

St183 4ws removel

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Hey all my celica is getting the under side stripped and blasted ready for welding, painting and undersealing

 

My st183 has the 4ws any body have any knowledge of removing the system?

 

Whats involved i want to change bushes blast arms and paint any help would be great thanks:D

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Sorry what i ment was to remove it so the underneath can be blasted and get it refurbed and put back in

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There's a link rod connecting the front rack to the rear steering mechanism - splined and pinch bolt - it comes off fairly easily.

The main issue will be the rear balljoints - or getting replacements, member 'sonic' has just done his - so he can probably point you in the right direction

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9 hours ago, Paulus3476 said:

There's a link rod connecting the front rack to the rear steering mechanism - splined and pinch bolt - it comes off fairly easily.

The main issue will be the rear balljoints - or getting replacements, member 'sonic' has just done his - so he can probably point you in the right direction

Thanks paulus3476

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