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Old 08-31-2009, 07:55 PM
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hey, I'm doing some work on a friends F250 Lariat, 2002 I think, I need some one to explain exactly what I have to do to change out the front shocks. I havent even looked at them but he said they are bad and I'm a motorhead kind of guy so I need help on this one, Thanks
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Old 08-31-2009, 07:56 PM
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Unscrew things till they fall off.
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there is a top nut and a bottom nut and screw and they come right off
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Old 08-31-2009, 08:20 PM
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Unscrew things till they fall off.
there is always one
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Old 08-31-2009, 08:22 PM
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ford sux CHEVY NUTS N BOLT
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if you cant figure out how to change shocks... walk away from the tool box
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front shocks are easy to uninstall and install. only 2 nuts hold them on, and MAYBE need a pry bar to get them out of the lower spot, or just wiggle back and forth, it's not brain surgery though....my wife has done mine...........AND SHE KNOWS NOTHING.....but she's installing my lift next week......so step up lol
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ford sux CHEVY NUTS N BOLT

if i was a betting man i would say he is just trying to stir the pot .. 3 posts and he spews this out of his mouth .. permaban
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wtf is happening to this site?

the question has been answered. 2 nuts holding the shocks on. it probably took you longer to register to the site then it would have taken you to swap out the new shocks
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