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When replacing the rear LCAs, I found all the info I needed in the B-Body shop book.

One question that still remains, is that even if I torque correctly, should I apply any loctite to the threads.

Also, just in cast one of the bolts breaks, does anyone know the part numbers or sizes of the bolts that connect the rear LCAs to the frame and axle tube? How about the bolts that connect the stabilizer bar?

Thanks,

Eric
 
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Not likely you can break those bolts,as they are big. FSM says not to use thread locking compounds unless called for by FSM. I did not use any on the LCA bolts but did on the sway bar bolts. You can get very nice bolts for the sway bar from Totally Stainless, they make a kit. PB blaster the night before will help if you have rust.
 
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