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2000-2008 Suburban, Ta hoe, Yukon, Denali, Escalade, Avalanche and 2003-2008 Hummer HII EDELBROCK PANHARD ROD INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

1. Raise vehicle and support with jackstands on a stable surface. Note: Vehicle must be supported with vehicle’s normal weight on rear axle. 2. Remove the right lower sway bar end link nut. 3. Unclip the cable attached to stock panhard rod, remove bolts at each end and remove the stock panhard rod from vehicle. 4. With zerk fitting pointing down, install the Edelbrock panhard rod in the stock position. Note: Edelbrock panhard rod is greased during assembly, but we recommend you grease them after installation and during normal service. 5. After you have greased the bushing through the zerk fittings, torque panhard rod bolts 85 to 90 ft. lbs. 6. Re-install sway bar end link and nut. Torque to 40 ft. lbs. 7. Use supplied stainless steel hose clamps to retain the brake cable to the Edelbrock panhard rod. Unscrew the clamp completely. Wrap it around the panhard rod and the metal sections of the cable, re-engage the clamp and snug clamp. Do not overtighten!


Step 1: Measure current front ride height. Take a measurement from the bottom of the wheel/rim to the lip of the fender on each side of the vehicle. Write down measurements to help in determining ride height after new kit is installed. (Figure A) Step 2: Position vehicle on a flat surface or automotive lift. Suspend front wheels , lifting by the frame with a floor jack or lift jack. Secure using jack stands and wheel chocks. Be sure engine is turned OFF and vehicle is in PARK. Remove tire/wheel assembly on ONE side of vehicle . Step 3: Support Spindle to protect ABS system and brake lines! LOOSEN, but don’t completely remove upper ball joint nut, outer tie rod nut and sway bar link nut at the lower control arm. Step 4 : Break Outer tie rod and ball joint from their tapers using tools specific to this procedure. CAREFULLY, while supporting the spindle assembly, completely remove upper ball joint nut & tie rod nut, leaving the loosened sway bar link nut in place. ( Figure B) Step 5: Remove strut assembly from the vehicle. Remove LOWER strut bolt first, followed by the three (3) upper strut nuts. CAUTION! BE EXTREMELY CAREFULL TO SUPPORT STRUT ASSEMBLY WHEN REMOVING UPPER STRUT NUTS! The Strut/Spring assembly is heavy and can cause injury to technician or damage to other components if released too quickly! (Figure C) Step 6: Apply 50% of the INCLUDED Synthetic Grease to the TOP of the THREADED INNER ADJUSTMENT SCREW, as illustrated. (Figure D) Step 7: Using the original OEM stud nuts , secure new Adjustable Upper Strut Kit to OEM upper strut studs and torque to manufacturer’s specifications. (Figure E) IMPORTANT! Be sure the Threaded Adjustment Screw Rotates FREELY after securing kit to OEM top of strut! If not, slightly loosen the three upper stud nuts and reposition Threaded Adjuster Screw UPWARD slightly. Retorque upper stud nuts to manufacturer’s specifications and recheck that Inner Adjuster Screw rotates freely. Step 8: Install the Top Connection Plate ONLY, studs directed UPWARD, into position in the strut tower, and secure with the NEW Nylock stud nuts supplied with this kit. Torque stud nuts to OEM specifications. (Figure F) Step 9: Reinstall strut assembly . Be sure the new Adjustable Upper Strut Kit is THREADED DOWN in the MOST COMPACT POSITION for easiest reassembly, then pass exposed threaded area of the kit THROUGH the center of the Top Connection Plate already installed. HINT: The use of a pry bar or breaker bar may simplify reinstallation of the Strut Assembly. (Figure G) Step 10: Install Large 1-1/4-12 Adjustment Locking Jam Nut included with this kit and tighten until snug to Top Connection Plate. Install Snap Ring included with kit.

1979-1985 Toyota Pick-Up 4WD Superlift 7″ Lift System for INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 1) FRONT OF VEHICLE… â Put the transmission in neutral. Position a floor jack under the front axle and raise vehicle. Place jack stands under the frame rails a few inches behind the spring’s rear shackles. Ease the jack down until the frame is resting in the stands. Keep a slight load on the jack. Put the vehicle in gear or park, set emergency brake and chock rear wheels to prevent any possibility of movement. ââ Remove tires and shocks. Remove the engine belly-pan to gain access to the anti-sway bar. Remove and discard the anti-sway bar assembly. Our spring/shock rate and the bars design render it useless. Reinstall belly-pan. ââ Detach the flexible rubber brake hoses at the calipers only and pinch closed with vise-grips to prevent fluid loss. SEE SEPERATE INSTRUCTIONS. You will install the Superlift hoses later. â Remove the stock drag-link. SEE SEPERATE INSTRUCTIONS. You will install the Superlift link and steering arm later. FORM #7047 .01-080707 PRINTED IN U.S.A. PAGE 2 OF 5 â Remove the bolt attaching the trac-bar (or torque rod) to its bracket on the drivers side of the axle. Unbolt the driveshaft at the front axle and tie it up and out of the way. ââ Remove the spring U-bolts. Ease down the front axle by lowering the jack. The axle vent hose may need rerouting of replacing. Install the Polyurethane bushings into the spring eyes. Lubricate all bushing wear surfaces with light grease. ââ Install the Superlift springs so that the thick end of the degree shims, attached to the bottom of the spring, are pointing towards the front of the vehicle. NOTE: There is a driver (DR) and passenger (PA) side spring. Start, but do not tighten the spring hanger/shackle bolts. ââ Raise the axle up to the springs. Be sure the spring center bolt heads seat properly in the axle perch holes. Attach with the new furnished U-bolts and evenly torque to 131ft. lbs. â Install the superlift Trac-Bar Bracket. â Install the Superlift steering Arm and Adjustable Drag- Link. ââ Install the front Superlift Extended Length Brake Hoses. ââ Install shocks, tires and lower vehicle. ââ With the vehicle weight on the suspension, tighten the front and rear spring hanger bolts. Do not over tighten; tighten only until the bushing flanges compress slightly. 2) REAR OF VEHICLE… NOTE: Before starting, with the vehicle weight on the suspension, rotate the position of the brake proportioning rod where it goes into the proportioning valve; which is located on the passenger side frame rail. On most vehicles, the rod is pretty much horizontal at the attaching point. After the lift is installed, re-bend the rod to its stock position at the proportioning valve. ââ Place a floor jack under the rear axle and raise vehicle. Place jack stands under the frame rails, a few inches in front of the rear springs front hangers. Ease the jack down until the frame is resting on the stands. Keep a slight load on the jack. Chock the front wheels to prevent any possibility of movement. Remove tires, U-bolts and shocks. ââ Disconnect the emergency brake cables at the rear wheels. Lower the axle housing by easing down the jack. Do not overextend the brake and axle vent hoses; both may need rerouting or replacing. If a Superlift rear hose is to be installed detach the stock rubber hose at the axle housing only and pinch closed with vise-grips to prevent fluid loss. You will install the new hose after installing the other rear components

1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma/ 2000-2006 Tundra 2″ Leveling Kit Installation Instructions

Front Installation: 1. Secure and properly block the tires of vehicle on a level concrete or asphalt surface. 2. Raise the vehicle from the front center cross member and remove tires and wheels. (See Photo #1) 3. Disconnect outer tie rod from steering knuckle. Remove cotter pin. (See Photo #2), It may be necessary to strike the side of the knuckle to dislodge the tie rod end. Be careful not to damage the tie rod end itself. 4. Disconnect the ABS line from the upper A-ARM.. 5. Disconnect the sway bar end link from the frame and the side of the steering knuckle (See Photo #3). Disconnect the upper ball joint from the top of the steering knuckle. 6. Remove the upper three strut mounting bolts from the upper frame. (See Photo #4). Remove strut assembly from vehicle. 7. Locate supplied 7/16″ studs and new front Aluminum Spacers. Apply thread locking compound to the coarse thread portion of the studs. Thread in studs by hand until tight. (See Photo #5) 8. With studs installed, attach aluminum spacer to the top of the factory strut using the factory studs and nuts. Note: The Tundra factory studs will need to be ground down 1/4″ for proper clearance.(See Photo #6) Torque to 45 Ft. Lbs. 9. Install new strut assembly. Attach with new upper 7/16″ retaining nuts and washers. (See Photo #7) Only start the nuts at this time. 10. With upper nuts started, install lower shock retaining bolt @ the A- Arm. 11. Using a floor jack to raise the lower A-Arm, Re-Attach upper ball joint to steering knuckle.

2007-2009 Chevy GM Truck 6-LUG Models Installation Instructions

1. Place the vehicle on a flat surface and using a floor jack and jack stands lift the front of the vehicle by the frame so the wheels are off the ground. 2. Remove the front wheel on the driver-side of the vehicle. 3. Remove the sway bar end link. 4. Loosen the three upper strut mounting nuts, but DO NOT REMOVE them. 5. Locate the ABS line and unhook it from the upper control arm. 6. Remove the two lower strut mounting bolts. 7. Loosen the nuts on the upper ball joint, but DO NOT REMOVE them. Note: A hammer may be needed to break the ball joint free. 8. Now remove the ball joint nut, the three upper mounting nuts and remove the strut from the vehicle. 9. With the strut removed from the vehicle, place the leveling spacer on top of the strut assembly, then reinstall the strut assembly in the stock location with the new nuts provided in the kit. 10. Reinstall the upper ball joint nut and sway bar end link. Note: It may be necessary to use a pry bar to aid installation of the strut assembly. It may also be necessary to use a floor jack to raise the lower A-arm to get the ball joint nut installed. 11. Verify that all fasteners have been torqued to factory specs. 12. Reinstall the wheel, and torque to OEM specs. 13. Repeat the above steps on the passenger-side of the vehicle. 14. Adjust your headlights and get the vehicle aligned by a Certified Alignment Technician that is experienced with lifted vehicles. PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION BY A CERTIFIED MECHANIC IS RECOMMENDED