Tomorrow I begin the process of lowering my Roush stage I tomorrow, to get rid of the horrendous wheel gap and tighten up the handling a bit. I have every thing I need tomorrow to try and get this done( I THINK). I've done suspension work before but mainly lifting SUV's, Jeeps and one Accord (lowered) my friend had. I've watched countless videos so I know what to prepare my self for (I HOPE)! It honestly looks very straight forward and much easier to do then torsion bar set ups and coil over strut setups. but as always easy things tend to back fire for me
Just wondering if I should start on the front first or the rear and what problems I should be ready to face trying to replace struts, shocks, springs and the caster camber plates.
I already have 1 jack and 2 jack stands but I'm debating to go out and get more of each or should I just try and tackle one end at a time ( front then rear or rear then front). Every thing has been PB'ed days prior so hopefully I don't run into and frozen bolts.
Do you think I'm set?