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Unread 02-06-2014, 06:28 PM   #1
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Installing rc lift and spacers -- any tips?

Callin all experienced techs!
Plan on installing the RC lift and spacers this weekend myself.. In the driveway.
Guys got any tips before I crack this open. Went out today and updated my tool box. Here's what I've got
All sockets and wrenches
Jack and stands of course
Breaker bar
Torque wrench
Spring compressors
Socket extensions
Thread locker red

I think it's everything I need , but what do u guys think.. That is literally everything I have... Missing anything you think?

And while I'm posting... Any tips or tricks that may come in handy??

Thanks guys

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Unread 02-07-2014, 06:51 AM   #2
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Only thing i would suggest is buy some PB sprary and spray the crap out of all the bolts every so often before the install. Some of the bolts on the front end can be a PITA. Take your time, dont rush it that is how people get hurt.
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