|05-18-2010 08:17 AM|
|05-18-2010 07:24 AM|
I did a spring and shock install for the first time a few weeks ago and it was very easy by myself.
|05-18-2010 07:04 AM|
|4Jeepn||You will have to at least remove the sway bar and shocks.. then if you want to cheat a bit use a spring compressor...|
|05-18-2010 05:40 AM|
|Bruck||Just did mine. Had to disconnect the sway bar connections in the front and the track bar in the rear. Not sure how else I could have gotten the springs out or back in for that matter.|
|05-18-2010 01:41 AM|
|cavediverjc||Jack up one side of the axle at a time. (Jack up your passenger side to drop your driver's side, and vice-versa, making the spring loose in the mount.) Make sure your wheels/tires are removed so your suspension can articulate fully. You don't necessarily need spring compressors, but they do come in handy. You shouldn't have to remove any of the suspension components other than possibly your shocks. A BB is an extremely easy mod and can be done with the most basic of tools.|
|05-18-2010 01:27 AM|
|legman68||I just did a 2" and it was definitely necessary to disconnect things! I didn't need a compressor, but would been easier.|
|05-18-2010 12:44 AM|
|doclouie||I had to remove the sway bar connection and shock mounting points and then use a long pry bar to get my 2.25" coil spacers in place. I did not use a coil compressor, but it would have been handy.|
|05-17-2010 11:59 PM|
is there any way to jack the jeep up and hammer them in or do you have to disconect every part of the suspension to install them???