Torklift-Stableload-13

Shown is a Torklift StableLoad Quick Disconnect in the engaged position. Rotating the stabilizer 90 degrees disengages it.
stableload Drill Tool Torklift’s rental tool makes fast work of drilling through the lower overload spring on vehicles that don’t come from the factory with the holes. Turning a bolt in the bottom of the tool applies upward pressure on the cradle, pressing the cobalt drill bit into the spring with the needed force and requiring little effort by the installer. A ratchet wrench and socket are used to turn the bolt. The tool is free to rent but requires a $150 refundable deposit and shipping fees in both directions.
4) The StableLoad Quick Disconnect stabilizers are assembled with three wedges to fit the gap between the lower overload spring and the main leaf springs. 5) A 7/16-inch bolt secures the wedge pack to the overload spring. The bolt is torqued to 35 lb-ft. 6) The wedge pack is set in the disengaged position.
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