Well I will do it when I get Tommy to put the pictures in my photo book and I will set up my gallery.
Tstats is now in the shop and I'm glad I had the work done instead of doing it myself. The rear sway springs and shocks where the easiest but when it came to the front oh boy. To get it out they had to raise the K member I found out that is how the manual tells you to do it then the front shocks using Koni shocks you have gut out the internals of your old shock and install a shock insert into the old shock body and then place the new springs onto the shock. While doing all this work the mechanic notice that the strut bar bushing was destroyed which needed to be replaced before they did a four wheel alignment. I get the car back tomorrow and can't wait to take it for a ride to see how it handles.
97 - 4.6L Alpine Green Cougar XR-7 w/ Fiber Concepts Hood, SPC cold air intake, 2.5 SLP Dual Exhaust, Eclipse CD4000 w/ Polk's speakers, Koni Shocks, 11/4" Addco sway bars, and Vogtland more to come.
08 Volvo XC90 loaded.