From there it was time to start getting the high steering put in. First we pulled the top of the caps off of the left and right kingpins. We then cleaned the surfaces off of the kingpins.
The next step was probably the longest. Putting the new studs in is no joke if you follow the directions. You are supposed to use motor oil to lube the studs and you need to run them down a minimum of 5 times and then torque them to 110ft lbs. That took a good hour to do all 8 of them.
Next was putting the new high steering arms on and sealing them up.