Dam, 9 hours seems like it would have taken a couple of days to do from all the stuff I have seen,dozerpilot said:Me and two friends did the lift in 9 hrs.
Cool, Knows that Base Auto shop comes in handy. When I was in Cali at El Toro (Marine Corp) I installed a rear sway bar and used a lift to put the truck up in the air... made my job so much easier till I lowered the truck forgetting the end links should have been installed on the ground LOLdozerpilot said:Thanks. We all took leave and busted it right out. Six hands beats the heck out of two. I rented a stall at the base's auto hobby shop. We had acess to all the tools we needed, except the torsion bar tool. We just used C clamps and they came right out. The thing that took the longest was getting the front diff drop brackets right. Some decent pics in the instructions would have saved us an hour and a half.
Well - stop dropping the camera then, hopes ya dont drop your friends camera then ya gotta buy two of them LOL Thanks for atleast trying,dozerpilot said:I would, but I dropped the camera too many times. I'm trying to talk to the wife into a new one. I'll see what I can do. Maybe use a friend's.