if they have the blue ball joint boot they should have a zirk fitting. i can't remember if i had to put it in or it if was installed. The other arms with the clearish boot don't have that fitting hole.
Pretty big newb here. I'm just curious, how often should I be regreasing these things? I installed the Moogs maybe 5k miles a go. Also how do you know how much grease to put in. Initially I just filled that sucker up. Figured too much grease couldn't hurt, just make a mess
After I got my T-Bird running last week, I noticed that there was a rattling coming from the front. I was told to lift the front, grab the wheels at 12 and 6 o'clock and shake it to see if it moved / wiggled. The fronts were fine so I moved to the rear. Upon doing the same for the rear...
It's come to my attention that Jay (98Mark8LSC) bought the tooling and plans from DLF's widow, and is making most of DLF's old parts.
See this thread for more information about Jay.
He apparently also sells the parts at SCCoA and on the Facebook groups.
If anyone could provide me links to...
I will be replacing both rear hubs and bearings, but I can't find anyplace that sells the rear axle spindle nut.
Does anyone know of a source for this part? I understand that you shouldn't re-use the old one, and I'm worried if I can't find new ones.
S4Gunn's Tbird Front Suspension Options DIY
Here are your options if you want stiffer front shocks to match the Bilstein rears you purchased based on this thread:
UPDATE March 2017: I bought the Bilstein 34-050224 (B8 SP series) for $265/shipped from summit (price matched) and after my first...
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