Installation Question: Lowering + LCAs -

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Old 06-30-2011, 02:53 PM   #1  
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Default Installation Question: Lowering + LCAs


going to be doing the following this weekend:

1. lowering rear of my car + new shocks
2. installing new LCAs
3. Installing a new (adjustable) Panhard bar.

Later, I'll be doing the new lowering springs/struts/strut mounts on the front.

To simplify the installation of items #1-3, which order would you recommend I do them in?


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Old 06-30-2011, 02:55 PM   #2  
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I would do the springs and shocks 1st
then I would do the LCA's
then the panhard bar
but that's just me, I sure you will hear different opinions
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