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Old 09-13-2014, 09:23 PM   #1
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Need 1 1/8 inch at ft wilderness

I installed new front shocks before I left for ft wilderness. Found a top shock bolt loose. Before I go out and buy an inch and an eighth socket and wrench, was hoping someone might just be at ft wilderness and happen to happen have what I need. Thanks !!

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Almost any parts house should loan you the tools.

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I would check with the front desk at Fort Wilderness. They told us they had staff that could help with minor mechanical issues. They should have the socket or wrench you need.
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Thanks for the replies. I'll check the office for tools and if need be I'll find a parts store. Need to go there and get a headlight bulb for golf cart anyway.
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