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Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass #391504 Feb 4, 10:15am Feb 4, 10:15am
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Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass
I was installing my Hotchkis rear sway bar and only after getting off the muffler and disattaching the U-shaped holders for the stock bar did I realize the bolts holding the stock bar to the endlinks won't come off. The two spacers on the other side of the endlink seem to turn with the head of the bolt, and I can't find a way to take off the bolts.

Any suggestions?

Oh yeah, and I'll burn in Hell before I let a garage do this for me.

Re: Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass [Re: drjoedew] #391505 Feb 4, 10:23am Feb 4, 10:23am
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Please tell me you dont plan on doing the front grin


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Re: Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass [Re: SLVCELI] #391506 Feb 4, 12:20pm Feb 4, 12:20pm
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Originally Posted by SLVCELI
Please tell me you dont plan on doing the front grin


bwahahaah...true. the rear is cake compared to teh front. i had to disconnect my power steering line to slide the fucker through...plus i had a friend help.. rofl


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yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
Re: Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass [Re: ct] #391507 Feb 4, 12:27pm Feb 4, 12:27pm
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You need to put an allen wrench on the retaining bolt to get the nut off dood.


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Re: Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass [Re: CID498] #391508 Feb 4, 3:16pm Feb 4, 3:16pm
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Re: Rear Swaybar = Pain in the Ass [Re: Satoshi] #391509 Feb 4, 3:39pm Feb 4, 3:39pm
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I just held it with my finger. I didn't use any allen wrenches.

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