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This is a discussion on Installing springs.... urgent help! within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; I have just one wheel lifted off the ground. When Eibach Prokit spring is installed into the KYB strut, assembled ...

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    Installing springs.... urgent help!

    I have just one wheel lifted off the ground. When Eibach Prokit spring is installed into the KYB strut, assembled strut appears to be too long to fit into my car. Two holes do not align.... (this is rear strut by the way).

    Do I need to have two wheels off the ground to make them fit? Advice please....

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    ASWER IS YES. YOU NEED BOTH WHEEL OFF THE GROUND. OTHERWISE STRUT WON'T FIT INTO PLACE.

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    I don't know if your done this install or not..

    Anyway..if only one wheel is off the ground it puts alot more twist and pressure on one side or the other. Get both wheels off the ground like WRXrex said. Good luck.
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