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NYgodfatha27
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NYgodfatha27 Jul 19, 2:00am - #226414 
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strt Bar question

After installing front and/or rear strut bars, is it necessary to get an allignment?? Also, would it be bad to install the struts without sways?? also, does anyone know where I can find an install guide for the sways??
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Krayze Jul 19, 2:49am - #226415 

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no you really shouldnt neeed a alignmetn after strut bars unless you move you front struts when you take the bolts off.


now yoru second question is it struts yoru asking or strut bars with sways

the answer is yes you can install both with out sways oth sstruts and strut bars

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v3n0m Jul 19, 6:22am - #226416 

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Sway bar install: http://www.powercx.com/celica/hotchkis/

I'd just take it to your dealer & they can get it installed in 90 minsfor $92.
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NYgodfatha27 Jul 19, 10:29pm - #226417 
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no, what I was asking was if I install my strut bars (front and rear) is that going to be wierd without the sway bars??
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v3n0m Jul 19, 10:56pm - #226418 

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^ no
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