Any luck yet? I just removed mine as I am replacing my front axle's and
I thought I could cheap out and just do one side. (Do not try this,
just do both like the chilton's manual says.)
The pivot bolt that connects to the tortion bar on one side is a 27MM
nut. Took a bit ass breaker bar to get it loose, we also shocked it
with a hammer and some WD-40 just for good measure. I left the tortion
bar gear fitting on the pivot bolt head to prevent spinning.
Good luck, it'll come loose, just keep tapping your breaker bar with a hammer.
I could email pics if you need further info.
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