Join Date: Nov 1999
Location: Abilene TX, USA
Look through the back post, there is a lot of information about how to do it. I did it without any trouble. Here are a couple of tips. You can use the exsisting spring perches you don't need to but new ones, just be sure to use u bolts to hold it all together and you will require a spacer. Also you may have trouble getting the front bolts loose. Don't fall into the trap of cutting into something to get a wrench on the nut, just cut the bolt off, with a cutting wheel or torch, and then order some clips to use in place of the nuts to bolt it all back together. You can get the clips from Rick's First Generation.