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ForceFed
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Oct 25, 10:39pm - #309752 
Coil over for lowering

How hard is it to install a coil over lowering kit?

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Oct 26, 6:12pm - #309753 
Not hard, it's just a lot of bolts. You will need a spring compressor and an impact wrench though.

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Oct 26, 10:34pm - #309754 
humm... ok


cant say ive done that before... ahh crap
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Oct 26, 10:44pm - #309755 
Depends. If you get something with pillowball mounts (like Tein SS-P), you won't need a spring compressor at all. It's a direct swap for the springs and struts, so you won't need to disassemble them. Overall, the install is pretty easy either way, just time consuming.

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