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supra_celica
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supra_celica Apr 19, 8:35pm - #446010 

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Lift bolts

I did the search option on these and nothing useful came up. I thought I saw an install for em. Anyone care to post it for me?

Also, I took my car to the dealership right before I got my license back, and they said that that they had no clue what the lift bolts were. How strange is that? What else are these known as.

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Larry_GTS Apr 19, 8:40pm - #446011 
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kmlgts Apr 19, 9:29pm - #446012 

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Chelica815 Apr 20, 2:45am - #446013 
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They call it the flange bolt.

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GTSbyTRD Apr 20, 3:04am - #446014 

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yeah, i took my car there, and mine have probably been broke for a few years from the look of all the dirt that was built up inbetween the broken parts. I mean it drove just fine and still have lift and all, but was just broken. i printed off the TSB and took it in there, and they took care of it cause my car is still under warrenty.

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g96818 Apr 20, 7:17am - #446015 

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Originally Posted by Larry_GTS

damn so much work. i thought the bolted in on the side next to the batt spineyes
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Chelica815 Apr 20, 8:50am - #446016 
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It is actually not that bad. If I can do it, I believe anyone can.

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biggamejk Apr 20, 9:41am - #446017 

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I don't have a torque rench,
so I can't measure how tightly to screw the new flange bolts back on?

I'm scared I might do it too tightly and make them snap, or do it to loosely and without me knowing eventually twist out.

please advise
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QTRMLR_1 Apr 20, 10:32am - #446018 

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torque wrench in USD is 20-50. worth it imo.

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QTRMLR_1 Apr 20, 10:37am - #446019 

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my warranty's still good, but 1) I don't trust Toyota, and anyways 2) when they look at my car they run away (must be gutted interior with full roll cage).

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vondutchguy Apr 20, 2:00pm - #446020 

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it takes hour top and if they arent broken someone, with no mechanical experience can do it.
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g96818 Apr 21, 2:21am - #446021 

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how do you get the broken parts out?
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