Yes,you could easily have variation in the levelness of the ground under
the car,that you would not be able to see without a long construction level
or other non-eyeball means. 1/2 inch of slope or variation would not be
No.the spring is going to push the axle out X distance,depending on the
weight on that side of the car.The diameter of the tire will only determine
how far the axle is above the ground,not how far the spring pushes against
the car's weight.
Now I'm gonna go out and measure my Integra..... 8-)
Yes there is, I did it on my 98 civic. You have to be really careful when
pressing the BJ in, as the control arm is made of fairly thin steel.
I bought the BJ from NAPA. Nobody else offered it.
Jim Yanik wrote:
That's in my notes from the "Ball Joint Tools" thread of
Also, as evidence I am paying attention (well, this time
with a bit of hindsight as I look over my copy-and-pasted
notes) I see a guy named headknocker suggested (in that
thread) a vice grip applied to the joint when re-assembling
to prevent the stud from turning.
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