Re: [DML] Front Suspension
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Re: [DML] Front Suspension



Weld a thick washer with the proper diameter hole over the worn hole at the 
top of the shock tower. I know it means refinishing that area but it's the 
only way to do the job right.

Bruce Benson


> 3. In my suspension investigation I finally found my odd rattling sound, 
> it turned >out to be my right-front shock was lose where it attaches to 
> the shock tower.  >Unfortunately from being loose so long the excess 
> wiggling seems to have worn >away at the hole in the shock tower where the 
> shock bolts through.  This has >made it seemingly impossible to keep the 
> shock from wiggling around inside.  This >may be fixed when I replace the 
> shocks and get new bushings in that area, but I'm >wondering if there are 
> any other suggestions on how to repair this area.

> Thanks!
>
> Todd Nelson
> 1561, Vermont






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