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Unbolting Front Driveshaft

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Installation up front was quite similar to the rear. As a precaution, the front driveshaft was unbolted from the pinion flange. Installing the coil springs requires lowering the axle a good distance, and Clint wanted to ensure the driveshaft did not droop too far and damage its rubber boot. Coils, shocks, and sway-bar links were removed and holes were drilled on each coil spring retainer to secure new bumpstop extensions.