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Slithers
09-03-2005, 19:46
How easy is this to do an a 1991 non ABS valver, is it just a case of popping the old ones out and putting the new ones in?

If anybodies tried and done it successfully b4 let us know as im thinkin about havin a crack at it.

Cheers folks

KingStromba
09-03-2005, 20:07
And how easy is it on a williams?

Slithers
09-03-2005, 20:10
And how easy is it on a williams?

Thinkin the job difficulty will be nearly the same, but good point nevertheless.

So answers for both valver and williams pleeez folks!!!

Slithers
12-03-2005, 19:23
BTTT

Winston
12-03-2005, 19:30
THINK they need to be pressed in.

MatBrown
12-03-2005, 19:32
Might as well just change the complete wishbone, only £25 each side from GSF
R42250 FRONT WISHBONE-LH CLIO >97 NOT FOR PHASE 2 MODEL 24.50
R42255 FRONT WISHBONE-RH CLIO >97 NOT FOR PHASE 2 MODEL 24.50
Then it's just a case of unbolting the ARB and Balljoint and the 2 bolts that hold the wishbone in place.



Mat.

Slithers
12-03-2005, 19:35
THINK they need to be pressed in.

poop, so its not really anytin i can do meself.

Slithers
12-03-2005, 19:40
Might as well just change the complete wishbone, only £25 each side from GSF
R42250 FRONT WISHBONE-LH CLIO >97 NOT FOR PHASE 2 MODEL 24.50
R42255 FRONT WISHBONE-RH CLIO >97 NOT FOR PHASE 2 MODEL 24.50
Then it's just a case of unbolting the ARB and Balljoint and the 2 bolts that hold the wishbone in place.


To sum up then it aint a job i can do meself lol

ah well

VIPERONE
12-03-2005, 20:02
changing the wishbone, it easy :-)... the bush is can be a tw@t to move.. the worst thing ever is the ARB bushes and clips.. if anyone can offer me a tiip to get them off and on please let me know..lol