myself and couple guys from work with 4runners are doing tray mountain on sunday. we meet at the waffle house on 400 exit 13 at 9am. were going to run it the opposite direction this time and go "up" the "pipe". feel free to join us if youd like.
Take them out the back with your foot on the brake rotor first. You probably won't need to take anything off to get them out, maybe shocks depending on the extension length. 80s are basically the same as 100 rearsI appreciate it Ben. On the 100s, it's just a matter of disconnecting the sway bars and bottom shock bolts and they slip right out.