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You guys were right, this s*** is addictive! I can't wait to install the coilovers, tired of that huge gap in the front. Every time I say no more mods I end up thinking about more mods and then eventually adding more mods. WILL IT EVER END!?!?:eek:mfg:
 

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I know the feeling.....You'll love the BCs.......


Some advice with them. The rear lower shock mounts need to be tightened with a cheater bar. The shocks can make noise if not tightened enough. The best way to ensure that they are tight enough is to grasp hold of the lower shock body once they're installed. Try to twist the shock back and forth by hand. If it moves, it's not tight enough and may click over bumps. Tighten it down until you can no longer move it by hand.
 

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I know the feeling.....You'll love the BCs.......


Some advice with them. The rear lower shock mounts need to be tightened with a cheater bar. The shocks can make noise if not tightened enough. The best way to ensure that they are tight enough is to grasp hold of the lower shock body once they're installed. Try to twist the shock back and forth by hand. If it moves, it's not tight enough and may click over bumps. Tighten it down until you can no longer move it by hand.
Thanks Fireman...YOU ROCK!
 

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I know the feeling.....You'll love the BCs.......


Some advice with them. The rear lower shock mounts need to be tightened with a cheater bar. The shocks can make noise if not tightened enough. The best way to ensure that they are tight enough is to grasp hold of the lower shock body once they're installed. Try to twist the shock back and forth by hand. If it moves, it's not tight enough and may click over bumps. Tighten it down until you can no longer move it by hand.
I took it a step further. I measured the tiny gap and got 2 machine bushings to fill in the gap. It seems the lower mounts are slightly too small, meaning narrow. In my case, I STILL heard a creaking in the rear. I have removed my rear BCR shocks and put in my stock shocks. Since I did that, my suspension is silent.
 

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Funny.....I am installing some myself this weekend.
 

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you guys were right, this s*** is addictive! I can't wait to install the coilovers, tired of that huge gap in the front. Every time i say no more mods i end up thinking about more mods and then eventually adding more mods. will it ever end!?!?:eek:mfg:
no! It will never end!
 
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