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which bilsteins are you using in the front ?


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I did not remove my brake calipers or ABS sensors but you do have to be careful with the tension on the brake line and make sure they are oriented towards the line at all time so that you don't damage them. Have to remove 18mm bolts/nuts on all 3 link arms, the bottom bolt/nut on the shock, and one end of the sway bar end links...that's where I had problems

I removed 4 mounting bolts on sway bar and let it hang. No need to remove end links.
Pulled speed sensor wire clips out of holes on arm which gave plenty of slack.
I removed calipers which gives better access and made job easier for me.


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