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DaytonaCelica1
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Dec 18, 3:33pm - #354373 
Suspension question - someone answer quick please

Just got my eibach set in, and i have the spring compressor. planning on putting them in tonight. on the strut removal install guide it shows that the nut at the top of the front stuts is not a reuseable part. do i need to run to toyota quick and pick up a new set of nuts?


yea yea... i know that sounded bad.

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Dec 18, 3:37pm - #354374 
If it's correct or not, I don't know, but on all my cars, whenever I've changed suspension, I've never bought new nuts. Always been happy with the nuts I've had. And my nuts have never given me any problems.

Changed the suspension of the celica 3 times, and still using the same nuts.

Have you cleaned your nuts?

(no, that has nothing to do with it - I just needed some excuse to work inn more nut-referals smile)

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Dec 18, 3:39pm - #354375 
Originally Posted by celicat23

If it's correct or not, I don't know, but on all my cars, whenever I've changed suspension, I've never bought new nuts. Always been happy with the nuts I've had. And my nuts have never given me any problems.

Changed the suspension of the celica 3 times, and still using the same nuts.

Have you cleaned your nuts?

(no, that has nothing to do with it - I just needed some excuse to work inn more nut-referals smile)


rofl rofl rofl rofl Thanks


Nice parts by the way man, good pics too

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Dec 18, 4:40pm - #354376 
Be sure you don't scratch your nuts too much. And don't play with your nuts too much either as you might lose one.

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Dec 18, 4:47pm - #354377 
LOL rofl rofl


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Dec 18, 5:24pm - #354378 
yeah i think, those nuts are re-usable, I don't see why not, washers might be a different story though.


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Dec 18, 11:04pm - #354379 
my nuts itch should i get new ones

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Dec 18, 11:19pm - #354380 
get new ones anyway


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Dec 19, 1:25am - #354381 
well... after lots of swearing, and the realization that springs suck i managed to get one in and figure out the method for doing the others. i should have the other three done tomorrow night. i didn't see any reason why i would need to replace "my nuts". i will post pics when finished. anyone know how bad my alingment is going to be after this? if its bad i will just take it toyota and have em fix it, i don't feel like screwing with it.

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Dec 19, 8:11pm - #354382 
It's not absolutely necessary to replace the nuts, but yes you're supposed to get new ones. They will probably work fine if you've only worked on them once, but after a few times they won't work well.


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Dec 20, 2:39am - #354383 
ok, all the springs are in. car looks great, and drives great. the alingment is very off though. getting it fixed tomorrow, i will post pics once i get the rest of my mods in.

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Dec 20, 6:38am - #354384 
cool, did you use your current nuts?


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Dec 20, 9:15am - #354385 
why yes, i did you my exsisting nuts, and they seemed to work out fine. after that project was over i felt like my car had kicked me in the nuts though.

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