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Old 25-06-2007, 09:46 PM   #1
 
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Some idiot has clamped my car. My space, I own it blah blah - the moan goes on...

Anyways, I was wondering if anyone has some good pictures of the suspension arm / wishbone assembly.......
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let the tyres down, then try to remove the clamp
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Different type of clamp mate, unfortunately.... it's a chain jobby which has been thread around the wishbone. Got a feeling that it may just be one bolt but i need to see a pic so I know what I'm doing.... I wish it WAS that simple!!
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invest in a large set of bolt cutters. i did and i've never looked back!
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Hit the local industrial rental place, get a big old stillsaw or grinder, and return the clamp to it's owner, in 20 pieces.
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Criminal damage !!! Not my cuppa tea... was hoping to find some pictures of the assembly - tried the search facility to no avail... Anyone any ideas?
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if you can wait till tomorrow i will take some for you
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there are some on here if you have a look inthe sticky section . as far as i know as long as you can get it off ans give it back undamaged then nothing further will be done in law.....though the might try and return and reclamp.

i would imagine you need to have the wheel off to ge the wish bone or the axel stub'hub assmebly off .
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100% right or if you break the pad lock off and return the clamp & buy a new lock and provide clamp owner with the keys nothing can be done
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Mate, if you could would be fantastic. I've given them til wednesday to sort themselves out (in the meantime, i've wedged my motor between two others to stop the [email protected] towing her away or adding another clamp).

It seems to be one horizontal bolt which doubles as a hinge i think... that making any sense to you?
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Where#s the sticky section then?
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Does he actually own the space?? Corporate or residential?

Has he damaged your car in anyway?
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