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Re: SAS sway bar installation question...
Posted by Steven Mitchem [Email] (more from Steven Mitchem) on Sun, 4 Feb 2018 14:11:35
In Reply to: Re: SAS sway bar installation question..., Simon S, Sun, 4 Feb 2018 10:22:04
I went out and readjusted about where you have yours looks to be pretty good now. thank you. What did you do about your bushings did you go rubber or something different. It has made a world of difference using the heavy duty Bilstein shocks with the SAS sway bars just not quite done yet I need to replace the bushings all the way around just curious as to what other people are putting on their cars. I heard some people like rubber I've heard other people like polyurethane just curious as to what you have on your car. I really like a firm ride.
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