Changing rear lower trailing arms & 1 upper
Alright, in a few hours I'm dropping my car off for a service (god I hope it doesn't need anything major doing to it..)
My mechanic is getting me reco trailing arms (he replaced one of the upper ones for RW, so he'll get me two lower, and the other upper), so I'll have to install them in the next few days.
When I did the springs, I didn't see any major pitfalls in doing the trailing arms, I'm assuming that if you do one at a time, the diff doesn't move around too much? Like, it would be a one-man job?
Also, some of the bolts (front bolts on upper arms for instance) go right into the body of the car.. I assume the nuts they go into are welded onto the body? Like, I wont have to remove trim inside the car and hold a nut in place or anything?
Any other pitfalls anyone has had with putting new/reco arms in?
TQE, SWB, ATPS, Worst of the E-series.. and I wouldn't have it any other way