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  • Present cars
    Cayman 2.9
  • Former cars
    997S 2006
    TVR Griffith 500 1996
    Subaru STI 2003
    Subaru STI 2006
    Subaru STI 2008
    Subaru STI 2011
    Subaru STI 2016
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  1. Hello, Changing the rear sway bar and droplinks on my Cayman 2.9 2010 this weekend and can not remove the bolt holding the droplink to the suspension strut (photo). It should pull out in theory but has obviously siezed over time. Have tried soaking in removal oil, blow torch, various "pullers" and several hammers (clearance for a good "hit" is not ideal in-situ....). It aint budging. Several hours and a multitude of swear words later I am coming to the forum for support, mentoring, help or any words of wisdom from your experiences with this bolt. I wanted to avoid removing the strut but can't see any other solution. Have the same to do on the front but a little reluctant to start that now! Thanks in advance. Steve
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