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Old 04-20-2003, 02:55 AM
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Make sure he has clean hands because he'll have to handle the rear seat parts as he moves them out of the way to get to the rear top shock mounts.

If he's any good, he'll know not to tighten the top mounts so much that he compresses the rubber bushings to the point that the suspension makes noise.

If he's open to suggestions, tell him turning the front wheels all the way over will make access to the bottom bolts a lot easier. I've heard of folks take the front suspension half apart to get to the bolts.

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