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      04-29-2009, 02:13 AM   #1
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manuals/instructions on spring install?

Does anyone have any instructions/manuals/diagrams of spring install with bolt torque and notes? I'd like to have some guidance before installing springs. Thanks,
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Here you go ...
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Thanks,

I had done a complete sport suspension install on my 93t Saab two years ago with a buddy. It was long, dirty and it was pretty straight foreward with instructions. I had use of a lift and complete tool sets at a shop so that made it easy. I'll be doing it again in the same shop with equipment. I'm glad to see that the front struts don't have to be dismantled and re-torque the top of the strut to hold the spring in place then measure it wth a micrometer as I had to do with the Saab. I also had added anti-sway bars but had to let the dealer do the front as it required lifting the engine with a crane. I could have done it, but it was just easier to let them do that part.

Thanks for the instructions.
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