Slacks 12 months a year
Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Jacksonville Fl
You will need a 36 MM socket for the rear axle nuts if you plan on taking them out.You dont really have to, you could just unbolt the rear spindles and pull the whole axle assebly out of the rear, but them you risk the chance of a leaking seal.So if you go that route get new seals for the rear.A 24 MM wrench and an 18 MM wrench are needed for the rear also.A 15 MM wrench and socket along with a 13 MM wrench and socket for the rear also.
For the front you need an 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19 and a 24 MM wrench and sockets (varies).If you take the hub off which you shouldnt have to you will need that 36 MM socket again.A big hammer and a place to compress your front springs onto your new shocks.You will need to reuse your old hardware from the front shocks for your new ones, like the mount up top of the shock.When you put the new springs on the new shocks "DONT" tighten up that top nut on the shock yet.Get it set in the car and rotate the shock where it needs to be and then tighten up that nut.Reason is that you arent really gonna know where that bottom mounting flange is gonna be facing when you put that shock in.
I just put Bilsteins,Eibachs and Cobra brakes the whole way around my car.It took me a day to do all of that but I wasnt in a hurry either.I also put a different rar in it and did a Mustang hub swap.
Just take your time, it is easy.Good Luck,
Edit: I have the 1 3/8 front sway bar and I can take a corner like its on rails and I havent noticed any harsh rideness.
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