Originally Posted by s10killer
for the t bar fabtech kit the last 4 numbers are 300-7 not the 200-7 if you want the spindel kit for it
Sweet. Thanks for the heads up.
What is ya'll opinion on doing this by yourself?
I've already had to change the rotors on the truck so dealing with the bearings and all isnt a biggie.
I've done a lot of easy-moderate engine work. Down to intake manifold swaps, cam swaps, throttle body swaps, etc...
I've rebuilt a briggs 8hp go-kart motor after doing all of the performance mods to it (advanced timing, smaller combustion chamber for higher compression, removing any corners in the combustion chamber so hot spots cant form, etc...)
I've never messed with suspension much, how hard would this be for me? Just to have the local suspension and tire shop replace my ball joints and do an alignment would cost me $450. For that money I can do it myself and just have them align it for $50 and it'd be like $200 off the cost of the lift spindles.