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Old 04-26-2010, 08:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Name: Mitch
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Now for the rear.

After jacking up the vehicle and placing it on jack stands remove the tires

Remove the top bolt for the shock and the lower bolt of the sway bar

Then remove the lower bolt for the shock and finally remove the shock

Lower the axle all the way to allow for the spring to basically fall out, this is how low we had it

Once the spring falls out, you can place the spacer

Then jack the axle up a little bit to help with installing the new shock. We had to grind down the bushing to make it fit

Reconnect the sway bar and move the to other side. Done the same way.

When your done with both sides and the tires are back on, stand back and admire your work


2002 WJ 4.0, 2wd! 245/75R16 Bridgestone Duelers, 2" BB Rough Country
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