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Just installed a Teraflex 1.5" coil leveling lift this weekend. While doing that (since Teraflex, and pretty much everyone else, recommends loosening the track bar and control arm bolts anyway) I replaced the TB and lower CA bolts with the Synergy kit. I ran into a problem when I tried to pull the front CA bolts--when they came out the alignment (bolt hole to CA bushing) was about 3/8" off. I ended up driving that side of the jeep (front tire) into a wheel chock. It took a little (get in, pull up a bit, put it in park and put the e-brake on, hope out and check, etc.) but it worked and solved a potentially challenging issue. Just FYI.
 

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I did one by myself before a buddy showed up to help me with the other side. I must be a pro--got it on the 5th try (or close enough that a hammer sealed the deal).
 

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A trick I always used on my Mustang was to use a ratchet strap to pull it the axle and lower control arms back into alignment. Even the light duty ones available at Home Depot work for this.
 

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