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Rear Axle Nut - worked for me

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Removing the rear axle nut with the suspension a part this is what I came up with. Worked better the I was expecting

 

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Nice work.

 

Now, come over and do your magic on the left side trailing arm of the tii in my garage.

 

Belgian beer...when the job is done.

 

Cheers!

 

Michael

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hee-  sure, why not?  Chain can do many things 

 

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I welded this piece of angle onto an old drum and took it to the yard, so I could take some e21 parts.

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I like your solution. 

Now I am storing this silly thing.

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I dig that wheel! What is it from? :D

www.ebay.com/itm/4-Hole-Steel-Wheel-14-x-6-2-5-16-center-hole-/330526550306?hash=item4cf4eae922:m:mAlEa9CaxCkOvHgPaILjYzA

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