Turned out to be a pain to install as the inner arm-to-subfame bolts were inserted from the outside prior to the subfame being installed
Yeah, you need to lower the subframe to get them out. You can't even reverse the bolts to make it easier as there is a captive nut on the frame..:frown2:Last I looked, I would have to drop the sub frame down in order to gain access to those bolts. Is this what you experienced?
What are you doing with the front springs?I am still making changes to the suspension, including an upgrade to the front springs.
I don't remember removing or disconnecting that much stuff . Wheels off yeah, exhaust, no, springs, no, disconnecting the dampers might make it easier, when you lower the front of the subframe the sway bar just pivots down with the endlinks so I didn't remove them, but it probably would simplify things.....From reading the CS instructions and the JBR instructions...I need to remove the bottom end links and let them hang loose. Disconnect the axle-back and let it hang. CS says to support it with a loop of thread if you are only using 2 hangers.. remove the upper nuts connecting the dampers and leave them loose.. remove springs.. remove tires..
There is no nut. The bolt head is on the outside.I cannot seem to brake lose that nut, the one we must lower the subframe for, tie space in there, cannot get a cube wrench in it.
That is what have taken the most time on the process
Ah, ok...:smile2:The bolt yes, my English needs to improve in hardware names haha.
It’s out, just dealing with massive rain here now, all wet under the car, horrible mess.
I already got one side camber/toe. Just need to torque.
Cool...but its on backwards.....:surprise::bash:Haaaaaaa
Ready for alignment, but that for the professionals.