[DML] Re: Toby Tabs
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[DML] Re: Toby Tabs


I too am in the process of replace my TABs with Toby's but my tabs are
so corroeded I can't even turn the bolts.  Today I managed to at least
get the passenger side shims to move (thats a good thing),  I am using
 a new penetrating oil called Gibbs, expensive as all get out but it
works.  $32 for two cans.  I will give a full review once I get this
project completed. 

One 5lb hammer and a stratigaclly placed punch/chisel should take care
of the problem without resosrting to the torch.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Duke" <at88mph@xxxx> wrote:
> Welp, this weekend I finally got around to installing the set of
Toby Tabs I 
> got last week and it went really smoothly.  My car has 105k miles on
it and 
> the stock TABs were bent.  The Toby Tabs are REALLY high  quality
> I know this topic has been beat to death, but I just wanted to bring
it up 
> again for those who haven't changed theirs out yet.  It's a great
relief to 
> now know I don't have to worry about my TABs again. Thanks A LOT to
Toby for 
> this great product!
> Take care,
> Duke

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