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    95 deville shock absorber question

    Im going to be replacing the shocks on a 95 deville. One question though. What is the best way to remove the nut from the top of the shock? All the books i have say either to remove it from the trunk but that is not the case here or they really dont say how to. There is not alot of room up there in the wheel well to get a wrench on it from the way it looks. Any help would be appreciated.

    Jeremy

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    Re: 95 deville shock absorber question

    no way to do it from the trunk....

    your stuck with wheel well fun ....i dont remeber it being that bad tho ....it was making sure the air lines got back on and routed where they needed to be that was a problem ...

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    Hopefully i have a wrench big and short enough. I am going with a conversion kit and a type of conventianal shock. So i wont have to mess with that. I guess it come with some type of wiring harness to bypass it all. Have not figured it all out yet but I am going this way as the cheapest shocks I have found were over $500 each.

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    Re: 95 deville shock absorber question

    make a new post in the deville section , more traffic there , what i may have said could be VERY wrong

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