Ouch...that's a tough one. I have a feeling you may get responses in both directions, which doesn't help your decision a bit. Here's my input...you already had one bolt break off you say due to corrosion. What's the condition of the other two, that may be carying more/different load because of the missing third person?? How long will it be before another goes? May be 100,000, may be never, may be 100? Where will you be when it lets go? Cause when it does, you're stuck. It's not like a truck with a conventional shock that breaks which can be driven just fine. On the other hand, you have the entire weight of the truck and the compressed suspension (under its own weight) holding that assembly in position. Maybe it wont go anywhere. Me personally...I'd fix it.
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Last edited by Galaxy; 07-28-2010 at 05:05 PM.