Just go to Auto Zone they have buy to use for free system. You buy the tool
then return it in 90 days for full refund no questions asked.
Yes I was able to use the exact tool you asked about. It comes in pieces
which screw together inside the coil spring.
There's a tool for that? I just got done with my 3rd set of big-block
springs and discovered a ratchet strap threaded over the lower control
arm is handy for winching the spring into place. Once you have it in
position, it's a piece of cake! The strap also acts as a spring retainer
so a chain is not necessary. Use a high quality strap, the cheap ones
will break the ratchet, lots of tension there...
I guess a compressor would help keep the top from popping out, which is
a real pain!
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