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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-20-2011, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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You have to get a clevice made and this is the man that does it.

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Great part and easy to install

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Agreed. My two buddies were over this weekend, and we were able to put mine in in about a half hour.

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Just put mine on really quite simple to do, lowered it perfect for me. Only bad thing I broke the fuel disconnect, so watch it when you do it!!
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Is this so easy that no one ever had time to take a picture of the process?

I am interested, but I am trying to get some idea of the process and all I can find is the email for Steve and "It was easy" am I in the only one who doesnt already know how to do it?

I wouldnt be surprised

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NO need for pics.Just take your rear shock off,heat the stock clevis back it off.add locktite replace with new clevis replace shock.No big deal

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NO need for pics.Just take your rear shock off,heat the stock clevis back it off.add locktite replace with new clevis replace shock.No big deal
Thanks, I'm an overthinker.

I do need a lift though correct?

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Are these still being made? I really want mine lowered and this would be great.
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Does anyone know how much this will lower a 2003 V92TC?

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Lowered mine about 1 and 1/2 in

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