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Front suspension final

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Hi all,
now finally my 66 fastback stands on all four wheels after my front end rebuild. Now I just have to bleed the brakes, get a front end alignment and hope for better weather.

Most parts are new (except upper arm and springs) also brake shoes, hardware and cylinders.

My question is: do I have to check on any joints or bolts in particular after driving a while.

Thanks for all the help during the process.

Jörgen Forssling
Göteborg, Sweden
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It is usually a good idea to check those things after running awhile. All part of the well maintained vehicle. We do that to our jet engine here at least once a week because vibrations can loosen that stuff.


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