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Doohan

Can't remove the rear toe adjustment bolt (eccentric)

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I have a misalignment on the rear left wheel and the toe as to be adjusted, unfortunately the eccentric bolt is rusted inside the silent block of the toe arm and when I try to turn it left or right it return in the original position, I've tried everything to move it out but I really don't know what to do know, I'm stuck. The internal nut and the eccentric plate came off quite easily, I filled every parts with wd40.

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update

I Will first try to weld something on the eccentric bolt and pull it out with a hammer extractor, second options would be to cut the toe arm inside the silent block socket, but for this option I'll need a joint ball remover tool and of course a new toe arm.

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Even if no one cares about this thread I'm going forward!

new parts ready to be mounted...

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The car is not supported on the wheels to the floor may i hope, the wheels must be separate from the floor, otherwise it is indeed difficult if not impossible.

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The car is not supported on the wheels to the floor may i hope, the wheels must be separate from the floor, otherwise it is indeed difficult if not impossible.

it is not supported on that particular wheel! it took me four hours to get rid of that toe bar bolt!

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