8.) Fit the strut assemblies back up into the car:
You’ll need to get the 12mm tophat nuts on to hold them in place. This is the part where a second set
of hands is most useful. It is hard to hold the struts in place and thread the nuts on at the same time.
The fronts can be a pain, getting around the ABS/brakes lines, and up and over the CV boots.
Pushing down on the hub may help. If you really are having trouble, disconnect the sway bar,
that will allow the hub to drop. (sorry, no pics, may update in the future but I’m sure there
are sway bar install guides out there…)
Put the 19mm bolts back in the bottom. Getting them aligned is a PITA. If you have a big punch
as pictured in post #5 that can really help get them lined up. I think the thing might actually have
been called an “alignment tool” on the packaging when I bought it.
Make sure the front camber bolt is positioned where you want it before tightening.
Don’t forget the bolts for the front ABS and brake lines, and the clip in the rear. Again, a flathead screwdriver can help position the clip, tap it in with a hammer.