Spoon Springs Install DIY

  1. 02SilverSiHB

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    Install was easy with this method. And I'm loving the spoon springs. Much better than the crappy eibach lol...sorry but I hated those things

    I used a jack at the castle nut to slowly bring down the bottom section...this helped me avoid the shaft from coming out. Also did as someone mentioned. Take the tower nuts off last and you can just move the bottom section out of the way. Super easy

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    Any issues or sounds when driving?
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    No none. Everything is solid
     
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    Just letting you know if you go through bumps and dips ang your hear a click sound. Its spring slap so you might need silencers
     
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    Ah okay. I was actually thinking I'd hear that eventually when I saw there were none.

    I take you've been hearing that? Just installed mine so I'm sure it'll happen
     
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    Hope yours are okay
     
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    If they do end up doing that I'll just buy some silencers and slide them on. No biggy
     
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    Drove around a lot today and no noise yet.

    Certain its spring clap and not an end link loose? I had that happen on the prokit
     
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    Nope. Checked everything . Disappeared with coil silencers
     
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    Coil silencers worked

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    Wish me luck I'll be attempting this tomorrow.
     
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    How'd it go?
     
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    Coil silencers? Link?
     
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    It went well only took me 4 hours taking my time lol.
     
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