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Then we disconnected the rear sway bar end link from the sway bar with a 14mm wrench and 6mm allen wrench to keep the end link from spinning.

Next, we removed the end link from the control arm itself with a 14 mm socket and wrench. We did this on both sides so that one side would not have more tension than the other. We found out that doing this reduced the amount of effort needed to remove the lower portion of the stock strut & spring from the lower control arm.

If you are doing this by your self than the removal of the link is a must, as you can see in the third image we were trying to force it out and succeeded, but it was way more easier when we took off the sway bar link on the other side.