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Old 05-31-2013, 03:09 PM
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What lift kit did you install? And what do you have the Bilsteins set at? Can't really answer all your questions until we know that information.

In order to change the height you need to take the front wheel off, undo the upper ball, sway bar links, and strut bolts and then remove the strut. From there you will need a spring compressor to remove the spring and then you'll be able to change the height on the Bilstein (I believe it's the bottom spring retainer that gets lifted higher). Then you will need to put everything back together and get your front end re-aligned. The job is fairly easy to do if you're mechanically inclined and have the right tools.
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