if your strong enough, which you should be.. you just un bolt them and compress them enough to slide it out, bolt the bottom on, then line up the holes and let it shove itself back into the hole, for the front that is
the back, i would say connect the top and just kinda line up the bottom and let it go, you're probably going to have to fight it a little to get the holes to line up just right on the axle but its not that bad.
and look at it this way, if you cant do it you'll have a nice fun bouncy ride to pepboys
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