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Hey guys, I'm about to do an install of my new correction wedges for my rear coils and was hoping someone could give me some step by step instructions so I can check myself as I go along.
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I didn't install the lift myself. My understanding is:

1. Drop the axle down enough to get the coils off.
2. Remove the coil springs.
3. Put the wedges on.
4. Re-install the coils on top of the wedges.
5. Re-install the axle itself back to normal.
 

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I didn't install the lift myself. My understanding is: 1. Drop the axle down enough to get the coils off. 2. Remove the coil springs. 3. Put the wedges on. 4. Re-install the coils on top of the wedges. 5. Re-install the axle itself back to normal.
Yep, disco lower shocks and swaybar links. Watch the brake-abs lines when lowering the axle.
The coil ends should face the rear FYI.
 

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Is there any need to loosen the control arms? I have a set of coil spring compressors in my tool collection. I was thinking of using these to make it easier and I was also thinking I would not have to disconnect as much. Am I right in my thinking?
 
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