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Old 06-13-2014, 03:12 AM   #21
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OK heres the update. 2 of my camping buddies and I replaced one side of the mor/ryde springs last night. It was a little tricky and it did take about 5 hours. Its for sure not a job for the weak of heart.But it is possible. You really need some heavy equipment. I had 2-5 ton jack stands and blocks under the frame front and back of the tires. 1-4 ton floor jack and two small 1/2 ton jacks. A whole slew of wrench's pry bars and drift pins. But mostly some good strong backs and knees. Monday were gonna attack the other side. Hopefully now we know what to expect, it should go a little better.
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