Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 2WD
I find that it's easiest to use a piece of rope about 1/4 inch diameter, hook it on the spring end, and pull it until you can get it hooked on the cam pin.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Truck? Car? 1/2 Ton? 1 Ton?
Either way... the proper tool makes it fairly easy but can be done with a little finesse with a flathead screwdriver. Place the hook of the spring on the shaft of the screwdriver and the blade on the spring mount point, stretch spring until it slides down screwdriver shaft and onto mounting point. Unless you are dealing with a 1 Ton then the proper tool will have to be obtained
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