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Feb 27, 6:44pm - #113822 
people that have installed lowering springs

how do you install the springs in the rear. i got the front done but i still need to do the rear and i havent had any luck on finding a guide. thanks in advance


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Feb 27, 6:49pm - #113823 
How did you do the front? Just wondering cause I'm getting a set.


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Feb 27, 7:16pm - #113824 
Here is the front installation: Click Here!
And here is the Rear : Click Here!
P.S. And you do not have to take off the exhaust while installing rear struts/springs.

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Feb 27, 7:22pm - #113825 
Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Here is the front installation: Click Here!
And here is the Rear : Click Here!
P.S. And you do not have to take off the exhaust while installing rear struts/springs.
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Feb 27, 8:47pm - #113826 
the fronts are pretty straight forward...as for the rears...its a bit more trikier...the bolt holding the strut assembly to the control arm is a pain in the butt...good luck with ur install thumbsup

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Feb 27, 10:38pm - #113827 
Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Here is the front installation: Click Here!
And here is the Rear : Click Here!
P.S. And you do not have to take off the exhaust while installing rear struts/springs.
Showoff. happywink


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Feb 27, 10:38pm - #113828 
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Here is the front installation: Click Here!
And here is the Rear : Click Here!
P.S. And you do not have to take off the exhaust while installing rear struts/springs.
Showoff. happywink


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Feb 28, 1:02pm - #113829 

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Feb 28, 4:31pm - #113830 
I didnt have any problem getting that bolt out...but I do have tools, though I did have problems getting the holes to line up to get the bolts back in

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