Taylor Brown is the founder of AutoFoundry.com, a fast-growing automotive community, and he maintains the blog at Keystone Auto Loans, a leading provider of auto financing services. He drives a '98 4Runner 4x4, and his latest project is restoring an '85 BMW 325e from junker to daily-driver.
For many people, the chance to work on their own truck is a thrill. Unfortunately, few of us come out of the gate knowing all of the ins and outs of these projects, and that can be inefficient at best and dangerous at worst. Plus, most of us don’t have a hydraulic lift and armory of air-tools at our disposal, which can make suspension work quite a brutal endeavor.
Here are several tips that you may find useful when you are working on your truck’s suspension.