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Because you'll be spending some time under the car and heaving it around you'll need a couple of chocks and axle stands, plus a jack to support he axle.
It should have taken no more than 3 hours - perhaps less time for a pro.
You need also a long 24mm socket.
The car handles MUCH better and rides smoother so sounds smoother too
... plus some penetrating
, torque wrench, socket set, some grease for the
tool and maybe to put back on the bolts, that's about it.
Currently in bpowell555's garage:
2002 Renault Laguna II 2.2dCi Initiale, 1990 E30 325i Touring (Bavarian Tigzwerken Express)
Last edited by bpowell555; 8th May 2008 at 04:46 PM.