Install the extended brake lines first. Then remove the rear shocks and try installing the rear springs w/o the spring compressor. You might be able to drop one side of the axle low enough to install the spring. Please be very careful when working on your truck (make sure you have a good set of jackstands and your truck is secure). If you can ramp your truck on a rock that would be easy to install the rear springs one at a time. My truck flexes enough that I can change any of my springs w/o a spring compressor.Badger said:Ok,
I got 4 new ES9000 2" exstended length shocks.
Nice Big Blue Springs 2.5" lift.
Exstended Brake Lines. (I dont think I am spelling exstended right.)
So, do I need to take it to a professional? I have installed new suspensions. My brother says I need a spring compressor. Can I do this my self?
RoverX are ya still up to helping me?
I also got a Front Skid Plate, Front Diff Guard, and a Safari Gard steering Conversion kit. Some good, but used, 235/85/16 tires.