Install the new factory spring isolators and new lower bumpstops.
Lower the axle and disconnect the rear swaybar links to install the new springs. Once again watch the ABS, brake and breather lines.
Lift the axle high enough to install the new shocks. Install the new sway bar links.
Install the new axle track bar bracket, reinstall the lower control arm bolt and finally re-install the Trackbar.
Install brake line extension bracket. The differential vent hose was too short at full droop so we grabbed a chunk of 11/32 tranny hose, cut it to 10 cm longer than the old hose and reconnected it.
If you are re-mounting your OEM wheels, you’ll need wheel spacers to clear the top of the new rear sway bar links. We added 1.5” from Wheelspacers.ca.
Mount the wheels and tires and drop to the ground. Tighten all the control arm bolts front and back to the recommended torque, don’t forget the front aluminum CA clamps, and bleed the brake lines. Book an appointment for a four-wheel alignment and get your steering wheel centred.
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