BTW it has to last not drop off after a little while i mean what i'm gonna do is knock the support higher or something
i'm gonna inspect it and if i find a way to fix it i'll tell youse
cause the ghia i'm after also has a rear sagging bar
1994 ED Ford Falcon Gli wagon, polynesian green, 4speed auto, dual fuel, spac cluster, 3.27ss diff,pioneer DEH3600 head unit, trip computer, ED fairmont grille, EF T-bar
Mods to come: 2.5'' lukey cat-back mandrel bent exhaust with 1 resonator and 1 straight thru muffler, EF cam, Clear indicatros all round, AU3 XR snorkel, 17" Keizzer rims, EDxr front,12"sub,sports wheel
good i thought i'd need to remove the tounge this should make the job easier
also does any one know how to fix a saging rear bar
i dont care if it's dodgy just want it looking good for once i sell it
get a different one. if its saging then its most likely the plastic posts the bumper bar iron screws into have broken/breaking off. also the plastic clip on each side end could be stuffed. just get one the same colour as the car, thats all i did when i changed my EA to have the grey band around it.
1994 COBALT BLUE ED FAIRMONT GHIA
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