Looking for tips on how to solve this.
Ive had a few hiccups in getting my TT aligned properly and have solved all issues but one (typical new ball joints, tierods, some aftermarket adjustable rods)
The last hurtle is the rear tailing arm eccentric bolts.
so we are all on the same page, here is a link to 3sx who has the diagram. I am talking about bolt 615 in AWD rear trailing arm
I think it is a safe bet to say the bolts are seized in the bushing sleeves. Id rather not have to hack it all out and replace everything. but if I must I must I must.
but first lets try clever things to save them. besides the usual unsticking methods, the access makes it challenging, and would rather not drop the subframe.
I was thinking I might be able to rig up some kind of pusher, to push from the nut side and then add gentle heat to the bolt side. keeping the pressure and varying expansion rates it might pop?
if I had to cut, I THINK a cut off wheel in the pocket and cut the hardware. then perhaps swing the trailing arm out of the pocket then beat the bolt shaft out? or burn/cut/press the whole bushing assembly out.
anyone fought these before?