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Disturbin' The Peace
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Its pretty easy.
Unbolt old one, bolt in new one. bolts are 14mm I believe
 

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oh, yeah, that.....
There isn't a place to bolt on the parking brake bracket (on my LCAs, no idea on others), so I just zip tied it in a way so it wouldn't be worn down by the wheel.
I'm still looking for a solution to that, that would not involve welding the tab to the LCA.
 

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no worries easy job just take your time and be safe with the jack
 

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I just grinded away the little tab that prevents you from bolting it back to the place it was supposed to be on the note LCA


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I just grinded away the little tab that prevents you from bolting it back to the place it was supposed to be on the note LCA


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Now I feel stupid. Guess I'm going to fix that over the weekend
 
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also the [email protected] are poly bushings on both sides, is this going to make my car ride like ****? i am not too worried since i have a daily driver now that is in good shape but if i could get different bushings that would give better ride quality i would do it. J&M claims it will make cornering better but will it?
 

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IIRC, uppers are the hard ones. So you got lucky lol


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IIRC, uppers are the hard ones. So you got lucky lol


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Uppers arent that bad. Except my cat back was in the way. Just do one at a time and you shouldnt have a problem.
 
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