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Old 06-01-2020, 10:18 AM #31
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No spring compressor method is the way to go.

The hardest part for me was loosing the lower control arms after marking the cam bolts with paint pen, then getting them aligned up again.

Howd you manage to get your free? Im running into a similar issue it sounds... cant get the rear passenger one free to allow the LCA to drop. TIA


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I didn't have much trouble on the fronts...but the back was a PITA when it came to get thing the trac bar bolt back on. Had to use some ratcheting straps to get the axle to shift over like 3/8" inch so i could get the bolt back in.
I haven't tackled my fronts yet, will be doing that today, but last night I did the rears and had the hardest time getting that trac bar bolt back in place. That was probably a good third of my time doing the shock and spacer install.
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