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Thread: Lift help. Taking off front springs

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    Knows a Thing or Two MericaMade's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Sometimes jacking up the passenger side will make the driver's side go lower. As long as something else isn't binding.
    This is what I do.

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    Was also going to suggest checking the locker wiring (if it's equipped with oem e-locker). When doing my gussets that's what hung mine up but I felt like I was going to break something trying to get it apart so I left it and just pulled the coil up and out of the way.

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