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Cog Key Locking Bolt

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You'll need to support the truck by the frame, remove the wheels and shocks, and then remove the bolt that locks in the cog key. Do yourself a favor and get a ball-joint press tool in order to remove the stock cogs as they are under a lot of pressure. Once you have them clamped, just knock out the torsion bars.