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Ben, is this what you're looking for?
No lower, I want to see where/how the suspension arms and stuff all connect, if its not too much trouble.
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Not a problem at all! I'll be back in a sec

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man whats Kasey's problem that dont look hard to install at all!!! just kidding hun haha just like what 12 bolts thats it haha
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!! You better be Zach!! YOU TRY IT!
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