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I was just wondering how easy (or hard) it is to raise and lower the body. How do you go about doing it?

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That sounded sketchy. What I meant was how do you change the .5" - 3" Coilovers.
 
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you use the wrench it comes with i think and screw to the height u want

if im wrong someone will correct me.
 

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you jack up one entire axle at a time (both fronts or both rear wheels).... then you take a 3/16" allen key and loosen a bolt on the perch of the coilovers..... spin the perch to desired height.... tighten allen key.... repeat on other side.... that's it....

btw: if you try to do one wheel at a time you will have problems from hell... you need to jack up both fronts or both rears at the same time
 

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The suspension God has spoken. :bowdown:

The sway bars are what make it too tough to do one corner at a time IIRC. ;)
 
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Yea I thought it was something like that. Thanks again guys!
 

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Originally posted by: PuckPuck
you jack up one entire axle at a time (both fronts or both rear wheels).... then you take a 3/16" allen key and loosen a bolt on the perch of the coilovers..... spin the perch to desired height.... tighten allen key.... repeat on other side.... that's it....

btw: if you try to do one wheel at a time you will have problems from hell... you need to jack up both fronts or both rears at the same time

???? I always do mine one at a time, and they twist super easy....
 
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