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[quote author=MattJackson86 link=topic=126589.msg2811698#msg2811698 date=1229531837]
Word of advice for people on the install. If you follow the previous members advice and use stock hardware, when re-installing the fender bolt DO NOT torque it down tight. I got it so it was not loose and then tightened it some more and the bolt has snapped in half. I now need to either drill it out or leave it and not install the dampers. The problem seemed to be aided by the fact that the plate that gets bolts on is not bolted onto a flat surface but instead sits on a small lip.
This is by no fault of the item being sold. Just me being ambitious and going to tight. Use loctite instead...
I have exactly the same happen on passenger side.
But I have another issue here..
before that happen, I was trying to install driver side first, but the Left side adapter(one that goes onto fender) wasn't sit right in driver side, it only can be set as opposite way. so I used Right side(passenger side) adapter for Left side. You can see why.
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That adapter is "R" adapter at Left fender. I cannot use "L" adapter.
What do I have to do??
Exact same issue as well. I assumed I just have the R & L mixed up. Is that meant to be from drivers perspective or from looking at car?
As for the broken bolt I went and bought some higher grade bolts as well as some washers to raise the bracket so it sits flat on the fender.
From looking at car.
It looks like that I'm playing with puzzle.