Two day earlier i cut 7mm of the top thread of the new drop lins so i could get a spanner on when i fitted them on the 15/8/2014.
Dress the end of the thread after cutting.
First of all i jacked the car up and lowered it on to some axle stands, that way you can deal with both sides instead of one side at a time.
Remove both wheels
With both road wheels removed turn the steering on full lock to face you so you can work easier on the drop link nuts, mine were 15mm use a socket and an open ended spanner on the flat of the drop link.
Start with the bottom joint first
With the nut removed lever or tap the thread out of the anti roll bar end.
You can now deal with the top drop link nut, put the open spanner on the flat of the drop link and turn it should move as the bottom is not fitted in to the anti roll bar, once it as move a few turns you should be able to get a ring spanner over the top nut.
Keep turning the the drop link using the flat while holding the nut in place with the ring spanner and it should come free.
Now removed all you need to do is clean the areas that the new link will be fitted to.
Clean and add a little copper grease
You can now offer up the new drop link top first and make sure the nut is on straight not cross theaded tighten it up at least by 7mm so the thead is flush with the nut.
Fit the bottom of the link into the anti roll bar.
Now tighten up the top nut of the drop link to how tight you think it was before undoing then add a quarter turn.
Do the same with the bottom nut using a socket and a torque if you have one if not do the same as above.
Repeat the process on the opposite side of the car.
bottom nut first again levering it out after nut removed..
Then remove the top nut if the drop link will not turn or is turning with the nut you can grind down a spanners edge so it will fit into the recess of the top joint as below
This should get the link moving if you do not have a grinder try a wedge in the recess.
Add the new drop link as above and before.
fit the bottom
Job done double check everthing lower the car i will check again on the nuts in a couple of days.
The reason i decided to change the drop links rubber perishing.
Good luck Arctic.
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