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When drivers install car lift kits, their goal is generally to take their vehicle from its ... lift kit or a suspension lift kit will come down to the type of tire they want to install on ... when installing a car lift kit is to purchase the wheels after buying the kit.
The following parts do not qualify for Free Shipping: ..... The downside to all coil spring suspension lift kits is that they alter the operating angles of ... That changes the axle location (axle moves to the rear in front, and forward in the rear), ... manners and efficient operation you will need to go with a long arm suspension lift.Do need to change rear shocks after lift kit Google Search
unbolt them, and put on new.
shocks are 2 bolts.
struts, depends on if you buy new, rebuilds or kits
may struts take spring compressor. to make it save to remove spring.
the FSM covers, this?
or utube, struts and 1000 of hits.
If they were as old as the transmission, they were probably of minimal strength; reinstalling the transmission and re-setting the car's weight back on the suspension may have taken the last oomph out of your shocks. The rebuild must have been awesome, get some new shocks and make it a real new ride!
I tried to find this for you. Try using the terms you gave on a Browser search for that Title. There are all sorts of Blogs and hits ranging from the TRW company buying Marzocchi to both the gearbox and fork oil sumps.
Seems Marzocchi also was into the electric Power Steering on cars as well as Ducati products. On the Blogs, there were people talking about changing the oil in their units. This would perhaps help you find the quantity and type of lube they used. I did see a 2.5W oil mentioned but it did not show the application.
Rebuild kits are not avaliable at most auto parts stores. Your options are to buy a new one or find a local electroncis shop and they may be able to get you a rebuild kit for it. A auto electric shop is probably your best bet.
I have a 1998 Deville and both rear coil springs are broken.. It also has the air shocks that I dont think work.. Can I put regular shocks in and is there a after market coil spring out there for it ??