Originally posted by bart320i
before you guys do this make sure you spray all the suspension bolts with WD40 the night before. When i was doing my suspension the biggest problem I ran into was seized up bolts. Also make sure you have a blow torch handy to heat up the bolts if there seized. It toke me about 1 hour just to get one bolt out. I had to heat it up till it was red then use an impact gun to get that sucker out.
if you haven't changed your suspension in a few years expect the bolts to be seized
o ya i forgot about the WD40! Thats definitely important! Ive got a little torch thingamagink that i can bring with me for the bolts to be heated up if needed.
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