Originally Posted by chris4x4
What!? You dont need to separate ball joint mounts. Or disconnect rear break cable, ets., etc., .
I think you did WAY to much work to install a simple lift.
Removeing the front is a simple process:
Jack up truck and support with stands
Remove wheel and tire
Disco. Sway bar
Remove 3 bolts on top of shock/spring leaveing the center bolt.
Remove single bolt on the bottom,
Pull assembly out.
So you're saying not to do those very things that the Toytec
instructions specifically say to do?
To take short cuts right?
Because the things that I mentioned are on the instructions from Toytec among about forty other little things to do that don't just involve needing a spring compressor and some metric tools.
As long as you say you're advocating deviating from the instructions, I'm OK with your statements as your opinion.
I am, on the other hand am merely quoting from the instructions directly and am of the school, "If it don't work, read the instructions".
Again, if you say that your method is your personal way of doing it, I'm OK with people expressing their opinions. But, since Im not an expert, I can only go by what the maker tells me to do.