Date: 22 Sep 2006 06:34:42 -0700
Subject: Re: '94 900S Rear wheels not verticle

Air tools I do NOT have. Rent? Excuse to purchase? I love that! "You see, honey, it's cheaper for me to buy these air tools and do the job myself. And then, in the future, I'll have the air tools ..." Wait. That's not good. Then I'll ALWAYS be expected to do my auto repairs myself. I just talked myself into paying someone else. Thanks guys. -- Don John B wrote: > On 21 Sep 2006 08:03:13 -0700, wrote: > > > > I'm wondering ... okay, this his hokey ... but if I were to very > > carefully put a floor jack under the center of the rear axle and push > > up ... bend it straight? I figure I don't have much to lose. > > > > I wouldn't bother with that if I were you. Even if the weight of the car were > enough to bend the axle (which I doubt), your chances of actually making it > better are pretty slim. > > > Also; is axle replacement something a reasonably mechanically-inclinded > > person can do in their garage?? > > Yes, I think so. I've had the rear axle mostly detached from my c900 two times, > and it was a *much* easier job the second time for two reasons: the experience > of doing it the first time, and having air tools. > > So if I were you, I would arm myself with a good shop manual, good tools, and > much more time than you think it will take ;) > > John > > ps- also don't overlook the fact that you will have the brake line apart and > will therefore need to know how to bleed the brakes > > -- > Posted via a free Usenet account from

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