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Old 01-30-2010, 10:25 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by d69chris View Post
The more room underneath is better. You have to turn and twist the front sway to get old out & new in.

Be very careful on spring installation. Do not let them use air tools to install struts back on car. Hand tools only & torque wrench! You can over torque the nuts and break something. Also, be sure they don't spin the shock shaft, that can break the seal & cause shock to fail (been there).

You are going to LOVE the end results!
Thank you for the info.

I decided to do them myself. I'll have to buy a torque wrench.

The doc. I linked below has all the numbers so I should be ok.







Anyone else with any advice, I could use it.
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