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Help, anyone know how to clear the ball heads of the axel control strut when removing the axel shafts im stuck. I have them released and free but i cant get clearance to pull out the wheel carrier away from the stud I have a boxster s and the control arm wont drop down enough. Thanks.

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I had to loosen the rearmost strut rods, that run from the eliptical adjuster to the lower rear part of the spindle. I marked them prior to loosening, but still needed an alignment when it was done. There is a mid-point bolt on that arm, but it will allow the strut to swing out and forward to give you enough room.

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i got it pulled out but it wasnt easy finally used a jack handle i hope it goes back easier..

I noticed that two of my boot kits did not come with the small clamps is this right i had small clamps on the ones i took off. thanks all and happy new year.

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There should be two metal clamps for each boot, a big one and a little one. You should be able to install the clamps once it's back on the car. The clamps keep water out and the grease in. You need them.

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