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it's no biggie Denis. if ya wanted ta make a quicky stop & go, you can have it tonight and keep it until yer done screwin' 'round with yer suspension... haven't ya been adjusting the front end lately ??? if ya need it a week, 2 weeks, whatever... it's yours when ya need it.
if you wanna save money you can make your own "internal spring compressor" like i did haha
you just take out the shock absorber then slip a threaded bar into the hole then put a big washer that will span the gap at the bottom of the coil spring mount with a lock washer and a lock nut underneath the washer then at the top have a washer to span the top gap and then a nut and just tighten the nut
i just realized that i did this to take apart the entire assembly -- a arms and everything so if you just trying to get the coil spring out this might not work for ya...
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