Re: [DML] Re: Trailing arm shield bracket kit?
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Re: [DML] Re: Trailing arm shield bracket kit?

Thanks Sean, I'll have a look soon!


--- spaceboy_2912 <seanmm@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Royce,
> They install from the inside of the car. You would
> most likely have to
> drill or grind out the old studs/anchors. To access
> the passenger's
> side you would have to move the battery out of it's'
> compartment to
> expose the stock anchors. On the driver's side you
> will have to lift
> up the storage compartment carpet to expose the
> anchors there. The
> bracket kit anchors the anchors all to one strip
> rather than the
> individual anchors used, which have a tendency to
> break loose and just
> spin when you try to remove the nuts securing the
> trailing arm dust
> shields. If you look at the under side of the car
> where the dust
> shields meet the body you will see 3 nuts on each
> shield securing it
> to the car. I've installed a few of these and they
> are great.
> Sean Mullins
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