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How do you install adjustable lowering coilover springs on a 1991 Honda CRX SI?

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You will want to remove your stock struts and depending on whether it is a partially threaded kit or fully threaded kit, you will need to remove the stock upper strut mounts and replace them on the coilovers. If they are adjustable, I would recommend placing the adjustment perches mid-range which just makes it easier for further adjustment when you get it on the ground. From there they should bolt up the same as stock. Be careful with spring compressors if you are taking the upper strut mounts off of your existing struts!

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NOT NECESSARILY IN ORDER: Remove the 2 nuts from the top of your shock tower under the hood - remove the pivot bolt at the bottom of your shock fork - remove the upper control arm ball joint nut - remove the lower control arm ball joint nut - bang on the thick metal near the ball joints with a hammer (not hitting the rubber or the ball joint's bolts - remove the tie rod ball joint nut and do the same with the hammer - pull the shock and spring assembly out - You might need a spring compressor to take out the stock spring safely - remove the nut on top of the shock - It's recommended that you replace your shocks now - install the new springs according to the directions with the package - get a camber correction kit for your car - put it back together and immediately go pay for an alignment. Good luck.

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