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  1. kevin.z
    06-27-2010 05:04 PM - permalink
    kevin.z
    Thanks Chris, I very much appreciate your help!
  2. ChrisSlicks
    06-27-2010 01:46 PM - permalink
    ChrisSlicks
    Kevin, it doesn't take long to install the camber arms if you already have the car up a lift and the wheels off. 30 minutes max for the front, less for the rear.

    The rear springs are easy to install, 1 bolt and you can drop the spring out and install a new one. The fronts are hard to install as you must remove the complete strut, (7 bolts per side, some fiddly), and then use a spring compressor to separate the spring from the strut and then reverse the process to reinstall. About 2.5 hours. If it was a complete coilover it would already have the spring installed so it would take less time. If they did an alignment as well then I can see everything taking 4 hours total.
  3. kevin.z
    06-25-2010 10:27 PM - permalink
    kevin.z
    Hey Chris, last question. My shop is now charging me $100 in addition to the $250 labor paid for front and rear camber and springs install. How does it usually take to install front cambers? Is it hard to install front cambers? They took over 4hrs! It seem a little too much ($350 just to install camber arms and springs)
    Thanks again
    Kevin
    I am going rep you in sways diy thread
  4. kevin.z
    06-25-2010 09:25 PM - permalink
    kevin.z
    thanks man, i am just not ready to pay another $250 for end links!
  5. ChrisSlicks
    06-25-2010 09:20 PM - permalink
    ChrisSlicks
    Kevin, my end-links are holding up just fine. They seem to be reasonably sturdy for stock links.
  6. kevin.z
    06-25-2010 07:34 PM - permalink
    kevin.z
    hey chris, I am wondering if you can help me with a question. i am replacing the sways bars today, but the shop told me i have to replace end linkages as well because it will eventually break? is this true?

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