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08-21-2006 06:02 PM
1BLKJP Hawg, you only need to undo your sway bar and un bolt your shocks on the bottom. Then if you have a hi lift or something then it will only take you like 15 minutes a side.
08-21-2006 03:28 PM
WranglerHawg
1 3/4" Spacer Install

I ordered those 1 3/4" coil spring spacers from Pro Comp for my front coils, they came in today. I am going to put them in when i get home from work tonight, anyone know if i simply have to disconnect the sway bar and unbolt my shocks, or does the trac-bar have to come unbolted too? I'll try to post pics tomorrow of the install.

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