Originally Posted by Kadiddle
Just did the CHF on my 2015 FR3 30DS a couple of days ago and drove it today (sans toad). WOW, major improvement. Trucks passing me barely caused me to move the steering wheel. I, like others, regret not doing it sooner.
Took about 2 hours. No leveling jacks. Needed a jack to align holes for reattachment. Took a little muscle in tight spaces and upside down to get some of the bolts off. Hardest part was finding a decent angle for a sufficient stroke with the torque wrench. 66 ft lbs is the specified torque referenced in many CHF posts.
I had a feeling it wouldn't be too hard. I'm assuming the 2 hours is for both front an rear.
No doubt finding the perfect angle to get the tools in could be a little challenging. I do have impact gun to loosen but I'd prefer to manually tighten with a torque wrench.
John & Janine
Pazzo the Maltese
2014 Georgetown 328 TSF
2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon (Toad)
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