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air tools are your friend when it comes to suspension components.





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Easy-peasy! IFS is so fun to work with ... :ROFLMAO:
 

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That's a whole lot of work for a 1" spacer.
 

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I prefer the factory rake...
I'd level it if it had squat... But this just isn't anything I'd even consider. 🤷
Factory rake on a vehicle with a soft suspension (like on the Bronco) is designed to allow for payload in the cargo bay, which will lower the rear end when loaded.
 

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That’s 100% right.
Having the confidence to try is 50% of the job, the right tools is 25%. You can bumble through the rest.
You can watch all the YouTube videos you want but the only way to learn is to get your hands dirty.

Edit: With the exception of an automatic transmissions. That shit is black magic! :LOL:
Ugh I got a jeep AW4 sitting on my bench with a rebuild kit next to it. The one in my comanche usually has reverse but not uphills really. When then reverse is all but gone. I will have to invoke some kind of spell to rebuild that thing.
 

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Can’t wait to be pissed off and swearing while installing this on my back in my driveway
In 100 degree heat...getting out every tool I own one at a time...oh the joy! ;)
 

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Now we need someone to make a video on just flipping the studs or replacing them with bolts with out the lift.
^^ This

And if possible, doing it rolling around on their back in a driveway with minimal hand tools and a torque wrench. Because.... that's how I'll be doing it ;-)
 

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Ugh I got a jeep AW4 sitting on my bench with a rebuild kit next to it. The one in my comanche usually has reverse but not uphills really. When then reverse is all but gone. I will have to invoke some kind of spell to rebuild that thing.
You’re a brave man. ATs are the one thing I won’t touch, other than replacing filters and solenoids. Good luck!
 

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To get rid of the raked font end & level the stance of the truck.
And make it drive sub-optimally on the highway by subverting the design established by Ford engineers.
 

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^^ This

And if possible, doing it rolling around on their back in a driveway with minimal hand tools and a torque wrench. Because.... that's how I'll be doing it ;-)
And getting up a hundred times to get a different socket, etc. At least that’s how I do it!
 

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