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Old 12-30-2001, 12:49 PM   #1
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coilover help 95 ex stabilizer bar

when installing front coilovers on a 95 civic ex is it necessary to remove the stabilizer bar? please help im the middle of the project..
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yes. or else it will be tough to lower the shock towers.
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I installed a whole new suspension (new stocks with true coilovers) on my 95 ex and I never touch the stabilzer bar at all. You just need to loosen the "Flange Nuts" on top, the "Damper Pinch Bolt" and the "Damper Fork Nut" at the bottom, then the whole stock should able to slide right out.
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hey thanks tofuboy u r a lifesaver
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