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Old 05-10-2004, 02:48 PM   #1
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UPS just delivered my Eibach pro system and my Trubendz Magnaflow exhaust! But the suspension didn't come with any directions like I had hoped it would. Does anyone know where I can get a step by step on how to do the whole thing? I know steeda has a how to on the springs but i need to know how to do the struts and shocks also. Thanks for any help.

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As per the Steeda instructions, the fronts are described, since you have to take apart the struct assembly to do the springs. Just swap the struts.

The rear shocks are relatively easy. The only annoyance is you have to remove the interior panels to get to the nut on the inside. 1 nut inside, and one bolt on the bottom, and its out. Real easy.

Just make sure you transfer over the dust boot/sheilds and bump stops from the old struts/shocks to the new ones.
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