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4. The front suspension needs some serious help to keep the bumper from dragging over rocks, logs, and curbs. With the truck suspended and tires removed, we pulled the front shock. First remove the upper shock mount hardware and lower shock bolt. We then disconnected the steering and pulled the two upper A-arm bolts, but you can also remove the upper knuckle ball joint to get the coilover shock out.