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Old 12-04-2021, 06:54 AM   #1
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Rear suspension problem solved

Thanks to everyone who replied to my posting of the rubber leaf spring dampener by MORrye issue. Contact with them resulted in a delivery of 2 new units. Installation was completed and the issues is resolved.
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Thanks to everyone who replied to my posting of the rubber leaf spring dampener by MORrye issue. Contact with them resulted in a delivery of 2 new units. Installation was completed and the issues is resolved.

Great news .

How difficult was the installation ?
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Great news .

How difficult was the installation ?
Installation was difficult.
The rear wheels had to be jacked up and off the ground together. The 12 bolts for each dampener all had lock nuts on them. The rubber was distorted and pushed right against the bolts which made getting a wrench on difficult. Air impact with swivel sockets are recommended but I had to use wrenches and breaker bars. A special tool or a porta power jack is needed to release tension on a bolt located under the leaf springs in order to remove the bolt and allow the dampener clearance to be removed and installed. The replacement dampener had to be jacked up using a third hydraulic jack. All work is performed lying on the ground on your back. Recommend going to u tube to review procedure.
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