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in the middle of installing lift! help

Discussion in 'Elite Explorer 911!' started by metstalker, December 26, 2004.

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    1. metstalker

      metstalker Active Member

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      i have a first generation and the everything has gone fine but now that i am putting the steering extension on the part that goes into the lower part of the steering shaft is suppose to have a indention on the top but it does not what could i use to make an indention?

      any help would be appreciated
       
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      I'm not exactly sure if I read your post right but I kinda had the same problem when I put a Body Lift on. The extension piece just would not slip into the bottom end of the steering shaft. What I did was removed some more of the flat part away with a grinder. The easiest way to get at it was through the wheel well - just be carefull with the grinder - dont cut/grind anything else away.
       
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      thanks zwack i finally fixed the problem but that Performance Accesories kit isnt worth a dam when it come to bumper brackets i had the hardest time with the front ones and all the holes were a 1\4 inch off
       

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