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    As title guys, is this an easy job or should i leave to the garage?
    Looks like just two torx bolts to undo then replace bushes, is it that straightforward??
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    in short yes mate. theres a how 2 on here

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    Thanks guys, couldn't find the HOW2

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    Can someone please confirm what torx socket i need as in the how2 this info isn't 100%? thanks.

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    think when i did mine i used a 10mm socket. sounds ruff i know but it worked no problem.

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    i used a ratchet spanner think it was ten mm easier to use as limited space ratchet does the work

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