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Old 07-17-2020, 09:07 PM #16
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Thank you! Surprised Bilstein didnít tell me to do that when I emailed them
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Out of curiosity. Did you do the 5100's yourself? I did them on my ram and transfering the spring to the new strut was a damn scary experience. Obviously these springs should be lighter but how easy are they to compress with the usual manual rental comressor from autozone?

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I had an off-road shop install them. I won't mess with a spring compressor.
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