4WDrive - - Install -

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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