Installed line clips, steering box, built the control arm assemblies up and then put in the springs, shocks, bumpers, torque struts and spindles.
Got rugburn on my knees from all the crawling around. Its worth it.
Every threaded interface gets a judicious coating of nickel antiseize and each polyurethane surface gets a coat of silicone grease....every bolted interface gets torqued to factory specs.
|eggnog and balljoints!|
|The balljoint press is a godsend.|
|soft jaws do come in handy|
|And they thread right back in....|
|new box located|
|haha! dangly parts|
|Fresh cadmium on the bushing flanges|
|antiseize the world!|
|fresh nickel on the torque strut caps|
|the upper bj dust boot was the biggest bitch to install...|
|and the uppers even torqued back up|
|censored by control|
Next up.... steering links, stoppers and harnesses