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Old 30-06-2011, 19:12   #1
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Front ARB removal on a 6.....

Just wondering what's involved in removing the front ARB on a 6?

This follows on from my nightmare of removing the front drop links, I'm thinking of removing the ARB with droplinks attached to remove them with more space to access.

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Old 30-06-2011, 19:27   #2
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Just wondering what's involved in removing the front ARB on a 6?

This follows on from my nightmare of removing the front drop links, I'm thinking of removing the ARB with droplinks attached to remove them with more space to access.

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i believe there are 2 mounts somewhere near the back of the engine bulkhead, which are a pain to get to with the engine in place, thats why my powerflex anti roll bar mounts are still sat in the garage after 2 years
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its a subframe out job to get the thing off ,if you think a couple of seized drop links are hard work it will distroy you

its possibly one of the most ackward jobs there is without out the engine out
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its a subframe out job to get the thing off ,if you think a couple of seized drop links are hard work it will distroy you

its possibly one of the most ackward jobs there is without out the engine out
Cheers Ric, you've made it an easy decision for me I'm too young to die!!!

Will just have a go with an angle grinder then to cut the bolts off
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The grinder did the trick! All sorted
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HAPPY DAYS ,i keep looking at my front ARB and think it needs a lick of paint then i look at the agro to get it out and its still there all tatty and unloved ,unlike the rear one which is on about its 3 colour in as mnay years
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