Dude I'm glad it worked for you but I can't stress enough how lucky you got on the front install how can you be sure you have all the top hardware on correctly,do us a favor and stop encouraging people to do this the wrong way. I've done this install plenty of times and I just did it again on saturday with the proper tool's and would hate to see somebody else try it your way and mess up their car or even themselves's or somebody else.
I am simply show you guys how i did it.And it,s your chose to follow.
Proper tools... I don't think i got lucky i just follow the installation instructions.. and yeah instead of using the Spring compressor (which one i don't have) i use the jack to compress the shocks.
And one more time it was Sportlines installation and sportlines way shorter then Pro or Stock springs and it do not have lot of pressure to harm you...
And i do not ask you to do it my way.
Please take your cars to Mechanics and spend $300
I think it's just good to know that you can do some work with limited amount of tools and it's what my pictures show.
And i know that its better to have all tools you needed... But if you don't???
And front install is not hard at all you can see it your self...
REED AND MAKE YOUR CHOSE "BE OR NOT TO BE"IF YOU NOT SURE JUST DO NOT START THE INSTALLATION MY WAY> JUST REMEMBER THERE IS PLENTY OF MECHANICAL SHOPS WHO WILL BE GLAD TO HELP YOU $$$.