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reggie

G3 tower on 2010 LSV- how to disconnect from base

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reggie

Hi Crew

I will be winterizing in a few weeks and as I prepare for this, I will have to disconnect the G3 tower from the base so I can fold it backwards in order to fit ithrough my garage door for winter storage. Can any of you provide a few key points in the steps I will have to go through in order to do this right?

Any insight is appreciated?

Thanks Reggie

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liljohn

You will need to disconnect the shocks first. Then lower it forward. Inside the tower leg is a brass nylock nut. Remove this nut, then you can remove the Allen head bolt and the tower will be free be careful there are a lot of wires you don't want to mess up. This is a two or three man job. Re instaling is definatly a three man job.

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reggie

Thanks for the info, I greatly appreciate it!

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Bobby Light

Just to expound on what Liljohn said, you cannot fold it backwards its a complete removal job.

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