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      01-07-2006, 08:06 PM   #1
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Anyone DIY changing springs?

Does anyone can give me a DIY to change springs? I think someone posted a DIY but i couldn't find it. I searched through the entire forum~! thanks~
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bump.

I thought I saw some pics a while back, but I can't find the original thread. Anyone?

My springs arrived today, so a DIY is planned this weekend.
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Finally found it:

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Remember the rear bolts are all reverse threaded.
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Thanks Diesel. How many and which bolts needed to be removed on the rear?
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I would say maximum of five including the camber bolt. The hardest part is lining up the rear control arm with the suspension linkage, it is very easy to strip the threads off the bolt if everything in not lined up perfectly so be very careful.
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Did you get the sport ot the race?
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Sport. Race is too aggressive for me.
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