RE: [DML] Coil Spring Compression
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RE: [DML] Coil Spring Compression



I strongly disagree with this advice on a safety basis. The DeLorean jack is
not very stable and if it tipped could cause serious injury. A professional
mechanics jack would be safer but I don?t even recommend that. A scissor
type, Lincoln is the brand we use, is the preferred method to safely
compress the rear springs. I can only hope you didn?t run out immediately to
try that advice and are laying half pinned under your vehicle as this is
posted! Sorry Byrne but I just can?t agree with this. Please don?t take it
personally. While it may work for you I don?t think it?s worth the risk

Rob Grady,
P.J.Grady Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From:Byrne Heninger
Subject: [DML] Coil Spring Compression

Position the shock in center of coil, place jack under shock loop and jack up into position with your DeLorean screw jack. 
Byrne Heninger


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