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  1. imaredtuna
    12-22-2012 10:24 AM
    imaredtuna
    I may be responding to this way too late, but here goes.

    You can leave the braces in place while swapping out the springs.

    1. Get the car up on jack stands and remove both rear wheels.

    2. Use a floor jack to raise the driver side of the rear axle as high as it will go. This will cause the passenger side to drop down and allow you to swap out the spring.

    3. Repeat the process by raising the passenger side of the axle to swap out the driver side spring.

    Hope this helps!
  2. Barrybobvt
    11-15-2012 06:59 PM
    Barrybobvt
    Hey,

    I really do not want to remove my convertible braces to install my Roush rear lowering springs. Any tricks to doing this?

    Thanks!

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