With the installation proceeding easily and rapidly, the next steps are the installation of the new tubular control arms and, in this case, stock-height spindles. Dan didn’t bother installing the new coil springs since they’re actually not needed at this point because the entire bolt-on portion of the IFS system was to be removed from the frame so the frame and new crossmember could be glass blasted and painted. It’s also important to mention that, although the new tubular lower control arms will fit on either side, there is a left and right and they need to be installed with the sway bar tabs toward the front. (Note, the tabs are just forward of the spring socket on the lower control arm.) The lower ball joints need a collar/spacer installed between the nuts and the spindles to adapt to the longer shafts on the Chrysler ball joints as well, and of course, the collar/spacers were included in the EHR package.