Moving on the front suspension.
First step was to clean it and the start taking it apart so I could install the ARP bolts with stainless Nylock nuts.
We also needed to cut the ears out of the spring pockets as there was some interference with the Ride-Tech shocks. While I was in there we sprayed a little Eastwood chassis black rust inhibitors up in the pocket.
There's a good story here but make sure you buy at least two of them if you need to finish a project.
Yes we bought two on the 2nd trip.
That would be Mike cutting and getting metal shavings all over him.
The ARP hardware was supplied in kit form from the guy's at Totally Stainless. Very nice and it helps to keep you organized while your working on the car.
We're all good now. Time to start the assembly.
Bummer steering box bolts area little short.
We had to drill out the sleeves for the ARP Bolts as the 1/2 bolts would not slide through the sleeve.
That silver you see is this nightmare sh!t. Just ask Mike and no Mikey doesn't like that anti-seize at all.
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