Double or triple the install time indicated in your instructions when working on the driveway. Driveway time is always more than shop time. I finished mine last summer and the problem was drilling out the rivets for the TTB drop down brackets, not the extended radius arm brackets. Well good luck and let me know if you need help
None of my factory parts are riveted on for what ever reason all my stock kit is bolted.im hoping to unbolt and rebolt the new kit on with no hassle.I bought the kit used from a local guy but he didnt have hardware cause he used it on a new kit Hopefully all my bolts will work without buying a hardware kit.Hours wise how lng you think? Thanks:goodfinge
Install time is hard to gauge with out looking at the project. When working on older vehicles something will always go wrong. I would buy new hardware to be on the safe side, $20 in bolts & nuts are worth the peace in mind. Use locktite when bolting down. That is odd your TTB brackets are bolted. Mine were riveted on the driver's side and bolted on the passenger side. I'd look again and make sure. My instructions may have said 8 hrs for shop time so 16 in driveway time would be about right. That is if nothing goes wrong.
Well i lied part of the brackets were riveted and damn if that doesnt take forever to get off.:banghead I got everything off in 7 hours by myself and will begin to put back together tomorrow.:twotu: 16 hours is looking like the true by yourself time.Thanks for the info .
Well it took almost 15 hours total to get it all done :twotu: Does anyone have a bronco with the 6 inch cepek kit.Im disappointed in the height that it turned out.I was hoping for more height or the coils i got with the kit are sagged.(it was a used kit)I wanna know what size tire i could put on.I wanted 35s but dont think they will fit.If you a pic please let me see.Thanks Daniel
I didnt take any pictures but ill tell you this have a good grinder with cutting wheels ,i dont trust putting a torch close to the motor,its all about having the patience and the right tools.Ill post some pics when i get my tires on it.:beer
Cool ,thanks Redwagon. Frogman also offer to help, so i think it should be a one day thing... I'm trying to gatter all the parts needed first and then i'll let you guys know..
What's better for rear lift, shackle flip or leaf springs, or add-a-leaf??
I like my flip, much better than blocks, the ones I had really messed up my springs, plus they can fall off, I have heard stories. If you have the money I would suggest getting some lift springs for the rear. 1/4 of the work plus I heard they give you a smoother ride.
the best way is to get a full rear leaf pack.. If you can't save up the money for the rear leaf packs I would do a shackle flip over blocks.. Nothing worse then having a block getting thrown out on the road..