Disconnect the E brake cable to allow rear axle to drop down to install coil spring spacers.
Unbolt hydraulic brake line from body to avoid stressing the hose.
Unbolt brake valve from lower control arm.
New springs, shock extenders/adapters and shocks installed.
Adjust brake valve 7/8" longer.
Adjusted and jamemed. May need fine tuning later.
Bump stop and spacer installed.
The most common cause of premature control arm busing failure is when the control arm is torqued down when the vehicle is jacked up and the suspension is in full droop. When the vehicle is lowered to ride height, the rubber in the bushing is in a twisted / stressed state.
Strut lifting spacer ready to install.
With the strut lifting spacers bolted to the strut, reinstall the strut in the vehicle.
The camber bolts supplied with the kit are installed in the top strut mount bolt hole.
Bending the stock brake hose clips is required to hold the longer hose in place.
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