Originally Posted by SubZero
Alignment Shop says it should be no problem.I did take it all apart today.
Pretty simple with use of a spring compressor, and Air Tools.
Although the Springs may be a bit tougher to get back in with the added spacers and extensions.
Any Tips for an easier Install??
remove the lower nut on the shock take the shock off the stud(HEAT THE NUT BEFORE REMOVING or 99% chance the stud will snap)
then remove one of the bolts holding the sway bar on eather top or bottom of the link.
have someone stand on the spindle and the coil will go right in and out really simple, no need for a spring compressor at all to take out or install, totaly pointless