FINALLY. It brings me with great pleasure to let everyone know that the Coilovers are on!
To set the tone of this story, I am truly appreciative of my purchase and install. The comfort of driving has changed drastically for me and expect it to get much better as I adjust it down the road. Thank you, Alex from coilovers360, for all your help with getting me a good deal and very quick shipping.
For those who plan to install coilovers in the nearby future, plan for at least 5 hours of work, grab a couple of buddies to help, a 12 pack, and leave the significant other home. For my first time installing these bad boys, the first one was a huge pain. And the pain was real. I started on the front-passenger side coil and worked my way back.
Figuring out how to remove the end-link nut (because what’s modification without a little rusted nut fun), removing the [poorly engineered] brake clips, positioning the top-hat correctly (messed up twice, third time was the charm), and bolting the end-link back on. It was a nightmare.
Luckily, my friend Rudy brought an impact gun from his shop to help us with the other three sides.
BUT This is just the beginning.
Now that all of the coils are on, I will have to continue driving around this whole week until they settle. Then, I go back to readjusting for [my] perfect riding comfort.
Special thanks to Nic, Rudy, Andy, Steven, Nikka, and Scott for the help.
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