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Back end done
Upper control arm nut on the knuckle a pain in the A$$
So is that little 12mm bolt that holds the brake hose.
Other than that, 2 more bolts need to be removed .
So I give it a 4 out of 5 on the easy scale
Though, what a knuckle head I am. Forgot to measure before and after
Shoot!
 
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That nut on the top is a pain to torque.
Would help to have 3 hands
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...I do like the adjustable camber bolts I got from them in the front, though. As long as you can get the word from the service writer to the alignment tech that they're there and need to be adjusted. That's been the challenge.
I don't understand this
I looked at their video and the one they used only had the washer with the angle tab.
Looked at a pic on their site it looked like this
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Mine out of the box looked like this
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the washers are backwards??
Really confused
 

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Things are not going good...
 

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That side is completely done except that dang bolt
I look further and noticed mine isn't SPC, it's from AC Delco
 

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That side is completely done except that dang bolt
I look further and noticed mine isn't SPC, it's from AC Delco
If

Now on the strut
For the drivers side when installing the H&R springs I used the spring compressor on them and then installed the top collar and torqued the nut. Then released the spring tool.
On the passenger side I didn't compress the spring at all I just put my weight on the top collar and my wife ratcheted the nut tight.
It bottom out and I can tell the collar is on the shock collar
Will this suffice?
 

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That side is completely done except that dang bolt
I look further and noticed mine isn't SPC, it's from AC Delco
If

Now on the strut
For the drivers side when installing the H&R springs I used the spring compressor on them and then installed the top collar and torqued the nut. Then released the spring tool.
On the passenger side I didn't compress the spring at all I just put my weight on the top collar and my wife ratcheted the nut tight.
It bottom out and I can tell the collar is on the shock collar
Will this suffice?
you should be good...

regarding that bolt, just get the alignment place to put them on when you go in for the alignment.
they might charge you .5 of an hour, for doing it.
save yourself some grief.

I buy mine from the alignment place, they install them with no labor charge, and I pay their small markup for the bolts.
 

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When I lived in Seattle I could do that all the time, here I can't .The shops are real picky about no owner supplied parts
 
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