Well last night about 11:30 I couldn't fall asleep so I thought I would go look at my jeep and plan my attack for when I installed the lift next week. Well 10 hours later, 3 trips to lows, and only 1 stripped bolt that I have to call to get replaced for the quick disconnect sway bar I have a 3" BDS lift kit installed. WOW first time installer and it was not as hard as I thought. I had my wrist torqued twice while drilling holes for the bumb stop and my thumb jamed between a wrench and body frame when it slipped off while using the impact gun OUCH!!!!!!!
Luckly the front dropped down low enough so the old springs popped right out and the new ones right in!! The back not so lucky. Had to use some good old elbow grease. Overall the back was a ton more easy then the front. I love the new look! I test drove it and there was no pulling to any one side when driving or breaking. Do i still need to go in for an alignment? I will post pics when I get off work later today at 2. I ended up with 3+ inchs in the back and 3+ inchs in the front!
One question there is one step I didn't get done and that was to place two new CAM bolts in the lower control arms. I was to take out the old bolts, grind out the Perf edges and place some new bolts and washers in. Any one know why and this is needed to be done or can I just leave it?
Thanks for all your HELP everyone!!!! Now i can help out with install questions for other people!