64.Install new sway bar links. Mount the sway bar links so they are on the inside of the sway bar and on the inside of the axle mount. This will give you the best tire clearance.
65.Install new shocks.
66.Remove the factory rubber brake lines and replace them with your new steel braided brake lines. Anchor the new rear brake hoses with the angle brackets and clips provided in the hardware kit.
67.Remove the rear factory bump stop cushion from the cup in the frame. The TeraFlex upper bump stop extension goes into the factory location. Pop it into place then pop the factory cushion in the TeraFlex extension.
68.Install the rear lower bump stop extension. Use the 5/16” X 1 1⁄4” bolts to fasten them into place. Make sure they are in the right way. The rear bolt head should be visible if you where looking strait down on it and the front should be covered by the over hanging edge.
69.Bleed the brakes being careful to keep fluid in the master cylinder at all times. Reinstall the axle breather hose if it was removed during disassembly.
70.Reinstall tires and wheels.
71.Set on the ground and torque all the control arm bolts, trackbar bolts, steering and lug nuts. Lock-Tight is highly recommended for all fasteners.
72.Secure the brake hoses and ABS wiring so they will not be damaged during vehicle operation.
73.Have the vehicle alignment checked and adjusted by a shop that is familiar with proper alignment settings on a lifted vehicle.
NOTE: Caster should be set at 5 degrees. The passenger side may need to be turned 1/4 to 1/2 a degree more to avoid pulling to the right while driving.
MAINTENANCE NOTE: grease all zerks every 3000 miles.