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    Veteran Member Four Rings TQMB5's Avatar
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    I can not get my TRE's out of the housing, do i need to align that groove any certain way or should it just pop out? i have a ball joint seperator kit but it still wont budge. Im More then feed up with this CA, TRE and coilover install so any help would be useful
    ::2002 S6

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    What you have to do is get a special tool or a screw driver you don't care about, and hammer it into the little slot on the side, then you put the bolt in back up top and hammer that down a bit... Work the bolt out more and hammer a little more... Do this until you can get the TRE out of the knuckle...

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    So, you took out the pinch bolt right?

    Removed the 8mm bolt from the top (I think its 8, if not, its a 10mm) and tried to pound down on the TRE to bang it out?

    The only part I've ever had a problem with was the pinch bolt, I've had to drill them out before...
    1998 A41.8tqms

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    wait what pinch bolt? i think that was suppost to stay in there, that could be my problem
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