I was a wonderin' if, given the proper tools, jack stands and floor-jack, one could change the shocks and (maybe) springs on a 107. Is it a reasonable job for an 'at home' recreational mechanic that has yet to put a hydraulic lift in their garage (I'm planning on getting one, just don't have it yet !). Anybody with firsthand experience doing this job as described and can offer an opinion on whether it's worthwhile or a pain-in-the-arse would be appreciated.
By the way, I'm planning on using HD Bilsteins. Any opinion on that would be appreciated as well.
Thank you all.
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