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Originally Posted by Budsky
One thing I noticed- don't lose or screw up the 6 bolts holding the giubo- they cost over $100 a set. More than the giubo itself!
All 9 (6 bolts, 3 nuts) are about $30 for the set and they get replaced with the giubo. Ford is definitely into selling nuts and bolts. Seems like half the hardware on the van is either torque to yield or just called out for replacement. In applications like the brakes and giubo, I'm not going to question this. They say new, she gets new.
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