10 point bolt on 2002 civic Rear LCAS

hey everybody i was wondering if there was a special socket to remove those 3 bolts that are on the 2002 civic rear lower control arms ?? if so who makes and where can ig et one ??
thanks in advance
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Ivan wrote:

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because it is bent jim beam wrote:

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Ivan wrote:

if it requires a special tool, the honda part number will be in the service manual you can get from helm.com. if, as mike suspects, it's a standard 12-point nut, you'll be in business with a standard socket set.
beware replacing bent suspension components - bending something that massive doesn't happen easily, so you need to have the frame of the vehicle inspected. also get the steering alignment checked after you do any work. the geometry on all 4 wheels needs to be "just so".
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those things; it takes a 12 point socket in a standard metric size to remove them. I admit they do have a good grip that way.
Mike
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On Sat, 29 Jul 2006 06:48:59 -0700, "Michael Pardee"

they are made that way for a reason. the service manual says never ever remove these 3 bolts!! Chip
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That explains a lot!
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