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1 After the steering knuckles, shock absorbers, halfshafts, and lower control arms are removed, work begins to remove the front differential. First, a crossmember is removed and discarded, and then a reciprocating saw is used to cut off the driver-side crossmember bracket. This is removed to make room for the differential once it is lowered. This is the only cutting required to install the kit, and the instructions detail where to make the cut. The diff is then removed from the vehicle.