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I know many of you have done it, but would it be easier to put the Z on a lift, or can they be installed just as easily from the ground.? :yourock:
 

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Just as easy from ground. May have to remove the wheels if you can't maneuver your screw driver in there, but I think you can do it without removing the wheels. A good first DIY project.
 

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Fronts can be done without lifting the z or removing the wheels. Just turn them to get working clearance. I had to remove the rear wheels for the back guards. Might be able to leave them on if you have 17" wheels. Should have done a how-to. I just assumed it was an easy install. And you know what assume means. :banghead:

Yup, like Jet stated, good first DIY project. Quick, relatively simple and inexpensive. But you do have to drill. :OMG:

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Yeah....just borrowed a friends drill and Im going to employ another budy of mine that's well versed in the "tuner" scene. (He drives a SRT-4) :rofl: If anything, the Navy base has a lift I can rent for a few bucks an hour. We'll see..I'll post pics, and maybe write a DIY for anyone else attempting this. Thanks again.
 

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Yes - post a how-to. Good form. :cheers:
 
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