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p1200022.jpg Since we'll need to jack the truck up and lower the front end, I jacked the front end under the axle tube as high as my floor jack would go.

Using a 6-ton jack stand, position the jack stand under the frame rail behind the rear mount of the front leaf springs.

[i]NOTE: The Excursion is one heavy beast. I noticed halfway through the install after wrenching on the frontend that the single jackstand was leaning a bit. I [b]highly[/b] recommend positioning a 2nd jackstand about 1 foot behind the first one to ensure sturdiness. I eventually did this but did not get it pictured here.[/i]

[b]Tools Needed:[/b]
(2) 6-ton jack stands
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Since we'll need to jack the truck up and lower the front end, I jacked the front end under the axle tube as high as my floor jack would go.

Using a 6-ton jack stand, position the jack stand under the frame rail behind the rear mount of the front leaf springs.

NOTE: The Excursion is one heavy beast. I noticed halfway through the install after wrenching on the frontend that the single jackstand was leaning a bit. I highly recommend positioning a 2nd jackstand about 1 foot behind the first one to ensure sturdiness. I eventually did this but did not get it pictured here.

Tools Needed:
(2) 6-ton jack stands
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