ZS180, ZTT260, STR, MondeoMk3
Took far too long but the ZS has 4 wheels again, and feels proper solid on the road. Half of me never wants to do this ever again but the other half wants to put the new skills to use. Just, in a nice big garage, in the warm, out of the rain, with a lift.Getting there..
It needs to go in for an alignment, then this is done.
And, of course, I also completed what I started out doing before being distracted by a suspension refurb: fitting the new Piper mid-section to the exhaust. The easiest job by far, as I'd long-ago replaced all the nuts and bolts on the exhaust with stainless steel!
I don't have any more useful pictures of reassembly (hold the part in position, fit bolts, torque down with weight on the suspension where told to do so by the big book) -- so here's a triumphant picture of the car finally sitting back down on it's own wheels:
(Yes, the car was blocking in a skip, and yes, they do charge for the extra time it's been there!!)