There is no tapered fit on the ball joints. The control arm won't come down
far enough for the stud to pull out of the bore. You have to flex the control
little. It would be nice if you knew WTF you were talking about TROLL.
yea but look at your sentance structure
i can use spell chek if i wanted too
you have no special skills ic
any tard can pass those tests you say
out of province comercial vehicle etc.
now thats a hard test to pass
as for substandard methods
show me in the shop manual where it recommend to use chains
warman sez a hammer fixes everthing
out of province
school bus inspections
I GO GIRL
It doesn't say to use a chain in the WSM... this is one of those little
tricks that real technicians use to make life easier.
So... you tell me to get certification... and I explain my certification.
You say these are easy to get but offer up NO certification let alone
I don't use spell check... I use my head and my sentence structure is much
better than yours.
So now you have two questions unanswered.... how do you get the puller in
between the axle and the ball joint and what are YOUR qualifications. Now is
not the time to be shy.... show us how vastly superior you are...
You are quite an amusing little creature and I am sure that your parents
(who were likely related at birth) are quite proud of the results of their
union. Since name calling has been your stock in trade, I will continue the
"tradition". C'mon, girlie-boy.... let us, the descomisados, the unwashed
ones in on what makes your knowledge so grand..... and for Gods sake let us
know how you get that puller in between the axles and the knuckle...
Sorry, I don't work at Canadian Tire nor do I have the desire to. Now....
your certification would be - oh, I forgot.... you don't need
certification.... when the buzzer goes, you take the fries out of the ftyer.
C.mon... tell us why we should think you are as special as you think you
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