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SAS sway bar installation question...
Posted by Steven Mitchem [Email] (more from Steven Mitchem) on Sat, 3 Feb 2018 15:23:24
So I put the front sway bar on today just a question about how the polyurethane bushings set in the a arm. The top two look good and the bottom two look good. Just wondering if the two that are in the middle are supposed to set offset from each other it looks like it'll be okay just wondering if this is normal. I hope that explains what I'm talking about if not I can try to clarify. And also from what the company out in Oregon told me that has the SAS sway bars they only have one pair left and they're not going to be carrying them no more the company that makes them wanted to charge almost $1,000 to make them.
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