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For this build we started in the rear and worked our way up front. Our experienced Hotchkis suspension technician, Corey Bedortha, took us through the installation. Corey's first step was to remove the sway bar end links. This car has had the bushings upgraded, but the stock components consisted of the old GM stuff. He then pulled the sway bar, old shocks, and worn-out springs.