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How to Rebuild Your IFP Coilovers

I've done a write up on how to rebuild your IFP coilovers at home.

These instructions were created using Sway-A-Way coilovers, but Fox and King coilovers are similar. Fox and King coilovers will require the use of a pin spanner to loosen the bump cap. Fox 2.5 coilovers use a square cross section internal snap ring and will require special pliers to remove it.

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