Originally Posted by sprintagogo
I reckon a previous owner has replaced the bolts with a nut and bolt instead of the original bolt and captive nut. you will need to get a spanner into the back of the bolt to stop it turning. there is just about room to reach an open ended spanner into the void of the crossmember that the shocks bolt to.
bingo, been there and done it to mine. actually not too bad and i've got big hands. it does require a calm dispostion and a little patience though.
i'd like to find that thread on how to get upside down bolts in there, just so i can check it out, but don't see how it would make much difference unless you're also going to get a mini-welder up there and tack the bolt head in place to keep it from spinning.