Lower ball joint tool located in Melbourne
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    Default Lower ball joint tool located in Melbourne

    Hi
    Does anyone know where I can buy or borrow are lower ball joint removal tool in Melbourne?

    Ideally today, it looks like this.
    http://www.toolworks.com.au/j7215-lo...nt-socket.html

    Thanks.

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    Yes, I've got one in Box Hill. You're welcome to borrow it.
    405 Mi16 2.2 litre race car up for sale soon. For details contact me on 0438 106 430.

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    To the car gods: sending me one token of kindness in the form of a ball joint socket does not make up for all the non going, strange noises, written off bikes, and melted wires, however it is a good start.
    If you could now kindly make the strange knock knock noise in my suspension go away that would be greatly appreciated.

    Your Sincerely

    A frustrated congregation member

    P.S. thanks pgti6 for being the portal through which the token was delivered

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    I also have one I am willing to share now that I have done my 405

    Trevor Hoare

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    Hi Trevor

    Thanks for that. Hopefully for the time being I am right thanks to the use of @pgti6's socket, however you never know, I might need to change hubs again.

    Ciao
    G

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