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Old 01-03-2014, 11:16 PM
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Alright I got it! All I had to do was put the bottom two shocks bolts in and just have the top shaft of the stem through the coil bucket. Put the tires back on and lower the truck all the way. I then had enough room to put the bushing, washer, and nut on. Only one problem now. How do I tighten it down? My 1/2 impact wrench won't fit in the tight space. And when I put a wrench on the bolt the whole thing spins. I know some people put vice grips on the shaft in order to tighten it but that will ruin the threads on the shaft. What should I do to tighten the shock down?
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