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Carbonblue2005GT
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Carbonblue2005GT Apr 2, 6:16am - #432226 

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2005 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Jan 2005
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Walnut Creek, CA
Hotchkis Street Swaybar install question

I just got my swaybars from ProstreetOnline in Hayward, CA. Unfortunately they could not install them for me as they are moving, but they could do it for me in a month or so. Their installation is $140. I checked out other places for installation, but they charge between $250-300 for an install.

How complex is the installation on a scale from 1-10, 10 being most difficult... ? Is it worth paying for it, or just do it myself? I have worked on car engines before, but not on suspension/swaybars..

I do have jack stands, hydraulic jack and all tools.

Thanks.

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ct Apr 2, 8:24am - #432227 

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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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you can do it yourself...but a lift or stands...the tedious part is all the clips from the plastics and trying to jimmy the front sway bar through (i disconnected the power steering line so tat i could just slide it through). the rear is cake. just unbolt the exhaust.

if you're having a professional do it...i would not let them do it for more than $100...

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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.
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