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Rear control arm install questions

I changed my rear control arms, shocks, and springs. I am going to install the springs this week. My question is: Do I have to have all four tires with weight on them, or can I just put weight on the back of the car? When I changed my control arms in my 85 I used a drive on lift, so all tires were on the ground. No I am on a two post lift and just want to make sure I get the bushing in correctly. I figure I can put some pressure on the rear end pumpkin with a jack and then tighten up the control arm bolts once the springs are in. If this does not sound correct, I would appreciate any input.

95 Mustang GT 66 Mustang

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install the control arms first, then the springs.

i have lowering springs and i can install/remove them easily while someone pushes down on the differential

-- Edited by 93 LX FiveO on Tuesday 8th of September 2009 08:45:29 PM

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