4WDrive - - Install -

You’ll no­tice that the drive­shaft is hang­ing on the muf­fler. It doesn’t say it in the in­struc­tion but you’ll have to dis­con­nect the shaft to get the new longer coils in. Mark the shaft and flange so you get it back in the same spot. Keep your eye on your lines when you start to drop your axle far­ther to get the new coils in. Too far and you’ll start tear­ing hoses apart – no fun, ex­tra work.

The new TF coils are taller and beefier.

In­stall the new spring spacer, up­per and lower bump stop ex­ten­sions and new coil. Some lube on the up­per bump stop makes re­moval and in­stal­la­tion much eas­ier.

In­stall the new shock us­ing the old lower hard­ware and new up­per. Now you’ll see why you had break out a chunk of the bat­tery box on the pas­sen­ger side.

Re­move the old track bar keep­ing the hard­ware and re­in­stall the new.

In­stall the new sway bar links. Re­mem­ber to in­stall the grease

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