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Can they be welded on with the ball joints in and not messing the ball joints up from the heat.

Also looking at were they go it seems that the upper gusset would hit the lower part of the coil spring. Do they do this with certain springs

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You can keep the BJ's in as long as you go back and forth from one side to the other. Also use a wet rag to cool things down.

It's a tight fit with most springs, but there is usually not a clearance issue with springs. I thought I would have to trim my gussets where the spring (almost) contacts the gusset......but there was no need.....just a tight fit.

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You can keep the BJ's in as long as you go back and forth from one side to the other. Also use a wet rag to cool things down.

It's a tight fit with most springs, but there is usually not a clearance issue with springs. I thought I would have to trim my gussets where the spring (almost) contacts the gusset......but there was no need.....just a tight fit.
x2 on all above. Just installed my gussets and was worried about the spring as well...all worked out fine.

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Sounds like that should work then

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Yes just go slow and take your time with the welding and you will be fine! These are a great addition to the axles. Anyone that does any type of offroading should look into these...

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