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Hmmmmm
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So i was thinking about doing the energy suspension kit and doing the install myself... what do you guys think?

also what other bushings should i change that dont come with the kit?
 

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CFM's tubular control arms & rear toe-link's= win win!

So i was thinking about doing the energy suspension kit and doing the install myself... what do you guys think?

also what other bushings should i change that dont come with the kit?
I'd change out the front LCA's for CFM's tubular control arm's= stronger, lighter & adjustable camber, w/ more forward bite, & I'd add rear toe-link's too. A little more cash & a lot less work & a lot more noticeably difference too.[grinking] Well worth the cashola!
 

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Be careful when you change out the rear springs. Use the top bolt on the spindle, not the bottom, unless you wanna change out the lower control arms. Ask me how I know this.
 

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^^ this is fine if he is replacing the bushings. He'll have to take out the control arms.
 

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Hmmmmm
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also my car is not rusty underneath. those bolts come out easily..
 

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When doing the kit, access to a press will make life easier. You will have to push out the old steel sleeves and replace with the ones in the kit.
 

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also my car is not rusty underneath. those bolts come out easily..
That's awesome...........I had to persuade all of my bolts with a sawzall.......doh.
 
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