I completed the rear of the lift. So much easier than the front. I disconnected the rear anti sway bar with four bolts, disconnected the track bar, then the shocks. I was able to lower the axle onto the ground to easily remove the springs.
You'll need about a foot of extensions to remove the upper rear shock bolts, but they weren't hard at all... Well, besides that one where I tried to tighten it instead of loosen it. Lol!
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