+1 for Accutune.Accutune is like 300-400 for rebuild/re-valve. is a re-valve necessary? Unfortunately don't have all the required tools for the OEM shocks, may look into purchasing.
Bleeder always goes on top.In preparation to send the bronco to Kieth, the current plan is to make it mobile. Doubt I’ll be driving it to him but don’t want to make it difficult to get on and off a trailer.
So I got all the shocks on.
Went to put the brake lines on, and found out I may have put he calipers on the wrong side. I put the bleeder on the top but that also put the banjo on the top and also impossible to get the banjo bolt on. Looked up some pictures and everyone has it the other way, so I swapped them. This then made the brake lines too short... though they were probably a bit on the short side the other way too.
So then I put the wheels and tires on and set it on it’s own weight! You can see the difference from left to right here
I was going to just get longer brake lines but decided to go ghetto and get some 12” lines and -3 union fittings. My thought is when I do hard lines on the radius arms, I’ll have to use those 12” and fittings anyway.
Got those bolted up and gravity bled the calipers. Need to get some more dot 3 and get a buddy over here to help bleed and she’s driveable! Oh, gotta pull the front driveshaft too.
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