Question about Dodge Dakota
I dont have a torch either, I usually try to get a sawzall metal blade in there to do it, or use my small hand grinder and gring off the bolt/nut head. Mike
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
There is a metal sleeve inside the bushing, which has corroded itself onto the bolt. The sleeve is larger diameter than the hole in the shackle, so that is why you can't get the bolt out.
You can try tearing the rubber out to get to the sleeve, or as Mike suggests, cutting the bolt head off.
Posted on Jun 22, 2011
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