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Removing Stock Components to Make Room for Shinier Ones

Out with the old - Garage Car Specific Tech

Robbie Perez
Dec 18, 2011
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They say change is good, and in Oliver’s case, necessary. In order to hang all of our sparkly new parts, we first had to ditch the dirty old stuff. This part’s so easy even a Robbie could do it, so let ‘er rip! Enough talking, this stuff isn’t going to remove itself.

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TOOLS NEEDED: Ratchet, extensions, metric sockets, metric combination wrenches, 10mm line wrench, Phillips and flat-blade screwdrivers, needle-nose pliers, sledgehammer, impact guns, something to siphon brake fluid

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: 2 out of 5

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