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a 2nd set of hands will help. :anim_25:
 

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a 2nd set of hands will help. :anim_25:
Yep can't agree more, I tried by myself and my car is on the ground as I don't have a lift and nope, no way no how. I need to get my sons to help it will make it a lot easier but can't wait until I get it installed from everything I read on here, good luck with the install
 

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I did mine by myself.....just (finally) got finished when my son showed up to help....:sign0020:
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You need to have the weight on the suspension when you locate the bar, so the links are streight up and down. I put the tires on ramps to do mine. I also made new lower brackets.
 

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You need to have the weight on the suspension when you locate the bar, so the links are streight up and down. I put the tires on ramps to do mine. I also made new lower brackets.
Great reference pic!

thanks! :tu
 

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that's for the tech bulletin! I'll either install it tomorrow evening or Wednesday evening, unfortunately it will be alone.

I'll defiantly chime in with the results!

Jim
One of the beat up grades i did to my 57.... you will LIKE IT!!!

Rick
 
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