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Old 01-16-2014, 11:30 PM   #9
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Turnbuckles are easy, cordless drill and my electronics vice. *sound effects Zeeeeing* done!

Shocks may take a while but are generally straightforward. The part that I fret over and always need to revisit is any ball diff. I've come to the conclusion that some diffs are just bad and the only fix is taking them completely apart and starting over.

Also, glueing tires, but that's mostly off road these days.
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