Pb blaster, don't disconnect driveshaft, 4WD do require cutting, be prepared to take your hubs to a shop to be pressed out. You might also be interested in a driveshaft spacer for the 5" block.
Yep got air guns and everything ready to go. Need to PB blast everything soon let it get worked in. Yes the RCX lift does require some cutting of the rear crossmember dif mount, simple cut though and could be welded back on if wanting to go back stock.Buy a impact gun. Electric or air will do. Buy a impact socket big enough to remove the front axle nuts. Using the impact gun make removing the axle nuts a breeze. I would remove the cv axles because it's a pain trying to remove the cv axles from the steering knuckles. You can remove hub yourself with a dead blow hammer. I can't think of anything else right now. It's pretty easy. I installed and removed my pro comp myself. Removable only took a few hours. Doesn't the Rcx lift require some cutting?
I used a grinder but would recommend a dremel. Just be really careful.Anyone have trouble cutting the brake line bracket to release the line? Seems sketchy cutting right by the brake line
Yeah thats what i decided im going to use. Getting the lift tomorrow morning and will be starting on it / working on it all day tomorrow.I used a grinder but would recommend a dremel. Just be really careful.