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Location: Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
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Your list is close, but a book or manual would help greatly. Some other thoughts are adjustable spring plates will make the torsion bar adjustment much easier, no need to determine the spring plate angle if your swapping them out for bigger bars ( they will be way off ), you'll need to pull your rockers off to get the torsion bars out, and place the jackstands under the torsion bar tube. Also, use a 2x4 between the jack and engine case.

If your just swapping shocks for coil overs, I'd just throw them on there and then lower the car via the stock spring plates. The shop will need to fine tune the corner weights with the coilovers.

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