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Old 11-24-2013, 11:53 AM   #1
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Rear sway bar installation

Quick question...
I want to install the rear sway bar, do I need to take the rear tires out to install it even if the car is on the lift?

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Old 11-24-2013, 12:18 PM   #2
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It will install with the rear tires on.
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It will install with the rear tires on.
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Do your sixxers already have the holes in the LCAs? I know they don't come with the bar.
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Do your sixxers already have the holes in the LCAs? I know they don't come with the bar.
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Well that makes it easy...
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It will install with the rear tires on.
Great to hear that.

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Its super easy, holes are already there. 5 minutes and you should have it bolted right up.
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Its super easy, holes are already there. 5 minutes and you should have it bolted right up.
5 minutes if you're smart enough to tie one side in with some wire and bolt on the other side. I can't believe I didn't think of that before. Spent a lot if time trying to balance the thing lol
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5 minutes if you're smart enough to tie one side in with some wire and bolt on the other side. I can't believe I didn't think of that before. Spent a lot if time trying to balance the thing lol
Lol, at least you came up with an ingenuitive solution.
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Lol, at least you came up with an ingenuitive solution.
Yes as I was writing that post. Better late than never right? Hahah
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Its super easy, holes are already there. 5 minutes and you should have it bolted right up.
I didn't install it yet, I was in LA last week enjoying the beautiful weather, but hopefully I'll do it this week, also I'm waiting for my lowering springs to come in the mail at any minute today, can't wait to install all these stuff
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5 minutes if you're smart enough to tie one side in with some wire and bolt on the other side. I can't believe I didn't think of that before. Spent a lot if time trying to balance the thing lol
Lol that's a damn smart idea, this will save me a lot of time especially that I have the solid one which it's a little bit heavier. Thanks
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Lol that's a damn smart idea, this will save me a lot of time especially that I have the solid one which it's a little bit heavier. Thanks
No problem. I just wish I coulda thought of it when I was messing around with my sway bar
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