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Old 08-22-2014, 06:38 PM   #1
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Lowering spring install question

When taking the bolt off the top of the shock without using the spring compressor why does the nut keep turning but not coming off or moving anywhere on the bolt?



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You have to hold the shaft.

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Use vice grips and an open end wrench.
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Trying that, do I need a vice clamp or what should I use?


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I has the same problem when installing mine, I had to get vice grips put it between the coils in the spring and hold the shaft in place while removing the top bolt


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Off to the store to get vice grips.... Breaking out the lanterns gonna be a night install


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When taking the bolt off the top of the shock without using the spring compressor why does the nut keep turning but not coming off or moving anywhere on the bolt?

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So your nuts are moving and you want to use a pair of vice grips on your shaft? Can't your wife or girlfriend give you a hand?
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Off to the store to get vice grips.... Breaking out the lanterns gonna be a night install


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She's at dinner with her parents right now which is where I should be except my car has no front wheels on it. Hopefully with the vice grips I'll be done in an hour or two, got a buddy helping


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She's at dinner with her parents right now which is where I should be except my car has no front wheels on it. Hopefully with the vice grips I'll be done in an hour or two, got a buddy helping


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I ended up having to use a deep-well socket, a shallow socket, and a 1/4" extension. The shallow socket fits inside the deep-well and holds the shaft. The deep-well turns the nut, the extension is so you can hold the shallow. Getting those things off were a huge pain.
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Be patient it will work.
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Holy **** that was ridiculous. When we were doing one of the front springs the ball bearings al came out. Had to be so careful putting it in, and the whole assembly is heavy. All in the dark with flash lights. That was a pretty rough install but finally at midnight it is done!!!
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What ball bearings?
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You know the circle at the top of the strut? Like where it goes into the tower it's like a ring? Well that seperated and in the ring is a bunch of super tiny metal balls all greased up in a circle


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Holy **** that was ridiculous. When we were doing one of the front springs the ball bearings al came out. Had to be so careful putting it in, and the whole assembly is heavy. All in the dark with flash lights. That was a pretty rough install but finally at midnight it is done!!!
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I want to see more pics grabber, great job though.

I'm thinking the ball bearing is on the strut mount, you might want to replace that.
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I want to see more pics grabber, great job though.

I'm thinking the ball bearing is on the strut mount, you might want to replace that.
+1, that's what I read before I had mine done, I'm clumsy and probably would have lost some. Lol

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+1, that's what I read before I had mine done, I'm clumsy and probably would have lost some. Lol

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The first one was fine the second one just separated . It feels fine no squeaks groans shifts or anything. I'll check it out in a week when I go for the alignment. Gonna do the panhard today in a bit once it stops raining! Then I'll post pics


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What springs do you go with? Also, are you talking about the strut mounts falling apart? Seems to happen to a bunch of people.
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SR Performance lowering springs. Got them for $135 at the AM show. They are good quality springs.
And yes, the top of the strut mount fell apart. I just put it back together and held it with one hand while holding a flash light with the other while my friend pushed the brake assembly into it and bolted it and then lined up the bolts through the strut tower and capped them on all while trying to not separate the strut mount LOL. That s--t is heavy man. I am sore today.
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SR Performance lowering springs. Got them for $135 at the AM show. They are good quality springs.
And yes, the top of the strut mount fell apart. I just put it back together and held it with one hand while holding a flash light with the other while my friend pushed the brake assembly into it and bolted it and then lined up the bolts through the strut tower and capped them on all while trying to not separate the strut mount LOL. That s--t is heavy man. I am sore today.
Yikes, glad I got the camber plates. They replace the strut mounts so I just have to yank the whole assembly out and replace it.

I went with the Eibach Pro-Kit springs, not as much of a drop but I trust Eibach knows what they're doing. Now if my buddy can free up his schedule I can get some help putting all this stuff on

Looks good though grabber. Take more pictures with something that's not a potatoe
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Yikes, glad I got the camber plates. They replace the strut mounts so I just have to yank the whole assembly out and replace it.

I went with the Eibach Pro-Kit springs, not as much of a drop but I trust Eibach knows what they're doing. Now if my buddy can free up his schedule I can get some help putting all this stuff on

Looks good though grabber. Take more pictures with something that's not a potatoe
Yeah I had no idea it would fall apart like that. If I had, I would have gotten the plates....
The Eibach's are a great product, they were my choice before I heard good things about the SR and just loved the look the SR drop brings.
You definitely need a buddy's help. It would be basically impossible to do it yourself.

I will once it stops raining! My phone is such a POS....
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+1 my bearings went everywhere. My sr springs are great and you won't be disappointed with them. So license plate lights check, lowering springs check, time for the headers
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+1 my bearings went everywhere. My sr springs are great and you won't be disappointed with them. So license plate lights check, lowering springs check, time for the headers
Hopefully sometime this week or next weekend. I need my buddy's help and he's moving into school Monday so I gotta wait for him to get a full free day.

As long as I picked the bearings up and put them back in it's ok right? I may be missing 1 or 2 but it feels totally fine driving so I'm not really worried. Hoping these things will settle even lower in a week! Gonna wait a week or 2 to bring it in for an alignment.
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Hopefully sometime this week or next weekend. I need my buddy's help and he's moving into school Monday so I gotta wait for him to get a full free day.

As long as I picked the bearings up and put them back in it's ok right? I may be missing 1 or 2 but it feels totally fine driving so I'm not really worried. Hoping these things will settle even lower in a week! Gonna wait a week or 2 to bring it in for an alignment.
Just along as the bearing where free of debris and grit. Your car will lower more as you drive it. It took mine about 2-3 days before it looked lowered 11/2" my alignment is still good 8-9k on them
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Just along as the bearing where free of debris and grit. Your car will lower more as you drive it. It took mine about 2-3 days before it looked lowered 11/2" my alignment is still good 8-9k on them
I'll take it for an alignment sometime next week then! Just wanna be safe. I didn't install my Eibach camber bolts. Should I?
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I'll take it for an alignment sometime next week then! Just wanna be safe. I didn't install my Eibach camber bolts. Should I?
I didn't, and just rotated my tires and they look even. When I installed the panhard bar I put it the same as the stock one. My rear is lined up correctly. I bought the adjustable bar because im sure miles down the road it will be needed.
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I didn't, and just rotated my tires and they look even. When I installed the panhard bar I put it the same as the stock one. My rear is lined up correctly. I bought the adjustable bar because im sure miles down the road it will be needed.
Ok cool I'll just sell the bolts and not worried about it. I rotate the tires about every 5k miles anyway. I feel like the panhard bar will be awesome in the long haul, got the BMR adjustable one it's really high quality.
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Ok cool I'll just sell the bolts and not worried about it. I rotate the tires about every 5k miles anyway. I feel like the panhard bar will be awesome in the long haul, got the BMR adjustable one it's really high quality.
If your keeping your car for a few years keep the bolts, you may need them later. I went with the j&m aluminum adj bar. The bmr is great, AM had a good sale on the j&m when I was getting the springs
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If your keeping your car for a few years keep the bolts, you may need them later. I went with the j&m aluminum adj bar. The bmr is great, AM had a good sale on the j&m when I was getting the springs
Agreed. They're 30 bucks, you might sell them for 20, not worth the bother. Keep em.

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I'll keep 'em then!
I could have gotten the J&M for $90..... I wanted the SR Performance one which would've been $95/$100, but they've been out of stock for like months. Decided to go all out with the BMR hammertone adj. one and I managed to snag it for just under $130 at the show instead of the $150 price tag on it.
I am so sick of suspension work lol. Going to go put the panhard on after lunch, rain finally stopped. Oh how I wish I had a garage and lift.....
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I'll keep 'em then!
I could have gotten the J&M for $90..... I wanted the SR Performance one which would've been $95/$100, but they've been out of stock for like months. Decided to go all out with the BMR hammertone adj. one and I managed to snag it for just under $130 at the show instead of the $150 price tag on it.
I am so sick of suspension work lol. Going to go put the panhard on after lunch, rain finally stopped. Oh how I wish I had a garage and lift.....
Yea good price, I believe mine was with the code $109. You shouldve caught the panhard bar with the rear springs
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Ok! Took her for a quick drive. Deff a lot lower! Feels good no noises or vibrations. Heard a little noise pulling into the driveway after but couldn't replicate it so I'm not worried. Everything looks good! Turns, sharp stops, WOT, handled everything perfect! Alignment looks and feels perfect! Can't wait to see them settled in in a few days! Awesome product by SR, highly recommend!!!!


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It's dropped even more today!!! It looks so sick. I will take more pic's once I get my new phone later today, new hi def ultrapixel camera woohoo!

It's really low. It's perfect. I couldn't be happier with these SR Springs.

Is it gonna go even lower!? It hasn't even been 48 hours but I have put about 40-50 miles on since the install.
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