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AngM018 AngM018 is offline
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not sure what you mean by the "backside" but if you are looking at it from underneith the car, and it is the one closer to the front of the car, then I used a stubby open ended wrench. A short socket didnt have enough to get over the bolt, and a long socket didnt have enough clearance from the muffler. PB blaster is a mans best friend when it comes to rusted nuts (that doesn't sound right)
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1979 Porsche 930: 3.4L, SC cams, Twin plug, Leask WUR, Custom SSI turbo exhaust, Tial WG, K27HFS, and we can't forget the Zork (short lived depending on my homeowners assoc.)
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