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Old 07-09-2009, 12:42 PM   #1
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84 Sunbird Front Swaybar Removal

ok, the manual makes this look pretty easy...

Car on jackstands, remove end links (including 24 year old original that takes 3 hours and a torch). Loosen and remove front sway bar to body bolts and slide bar out driver side after removing wheel.

There is no way that will work as I described it. There is not enough room once you remove the sway bar-body nuts for the U bolts to come free from around the bushings.

Any ideas here? This has to have been discussed before. I want to get the bar refinished and put some nice energy sustension bushings on there.

Advice Appreciated.
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Re: 84 Sunbird Front Swaybar Removal

Got this done, not bad...
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