I am looking for some Shops in Jersey Or Philly to install a 4/6 djm calmax kit. I am thinkin about doing it myself but have not had much work with that kind of things. N e one got n e help? How hard is it really to do?
not to take money away from anyone, but it is a simple install really. The front is just replacing the lower control arms and shocks. Take out the original, replace with the new. The rear is the harder part. Flip the leafs a,d c-notch it. The c-notch is a bolt in, so you bolt it in and cut the frame showing with a sawzall, or if you want to take your time, use a cuting/grinding wheel. I shouldn't be to hard really. But if you are still going to buy mine, the money you save on the kit and shocks should cover a lot of a shop install.
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