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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bolts should be easily removed after breaking them loose. If someone replaced them and used nuts on the backside, it may present a problem & require cutting the heads off. Sometimes you can snake a distributor wrench above to grab nut but on most jeeps this is difficult because there isn't enough clearance. Really soak them down with good solvent at least twice several hours before attempting to remove.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Torque Specifications Description Nm lb-ft lb-in Brake caliper bolt 32 24 — Brake disc shield bolt 8 — 71 Fuel tank filler pipe bracket bolt 15 11 — Fuel tank filler pipe hose clamps 3 — 27 Halfshaft nut and washer 275 203 — Lower arm inboard bolt 250 185 — Lower arm outboard bolt 275 203 — Parking brake cable bracket bolt 10 — 89 Shock absorber lower bolt 275 203 — Shock absorber rod nut 65 48 — Shock absorber upper mount nut 30 22 — Stabilizer bar bracket nut 48 35 — Stabilizer bar link nut and grommet 30 22 — Toe link cam adjuster nut 275 203 — Toe link outboard bolt 325 240 — Trailing arm bolt 300 222 — Upper arm outboard bolt 225 166 — Upper arm inboard nut 250 185 — Wheel speed sensor bolt 8 — 71 Wheel knuckle bolt 275 203 —
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: change 2001 rodeo shocks
If you are replacing the shocks anyway, you may be able to snap a vice grip on the shaft so that it won't spin.
Sometimes you can use a pipe wrench too.
If the vehicle is supported on the frame, it will expose more of the shaft.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
If you call the dealer they may tell you the bolt size or they would get them for you. Probably wouldn't be too expensive and you would have the right size and grade.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
If you have the jack in the correct location have you attempted to turn the front wheels to slightly adjust the angle of the hub relative to the shock and stabilizer bar?
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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