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I'm no suspension guy, but my thoughts on the order of events would be to do the back first.

Why? Because there are some hurdles to overcome like stuck spindle pins and bearings pressing. "Harder" from that standpoint, but "easier" because you don't have to an alignment after.

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Almost everything I've ordered for this car that says fits 240z never fits perfectly.   The master cylinder was backwards, that was a pain for awhile.


I want to smooth out the ride of this and keep as much as original as possible.  What's the best way to do this keeping it original?  I went for a ride today on a road that had a lot of patches and it was rough, if felt like there were no shocks. 

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