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post #5 of (permalink) Old 10-10-2013
bluebyu12
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you local autozone if you have one rents spring compressors, this is a fairly easy job, its not as bad as it sounds. if you have some basic tools and an impact gun you can do it. you will need deep well sockets more then likely for the top of the strut and possibly the spring compressor. you may want to look into some lowering springs if you are going threw all the hassle of putting stock springs on aftermarket struts

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