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#2: 11-02-2010, 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Metal View Post
My 2011 3.6R has a new rear sway bar. The install is very easy and it does give the rear of the car a different feel. There's a few simple steps:
1. Get the 19mm rear sway bar ($72.57 + $14.67 shipping). It comes with the rubber bushings.

2. Drive the car up a couple of ramps.

3. Remove two 12mm bolts from both sides.

4. Remove one 14mm nut from each side.

5. Take the old sway bar out and put in the new one the same way.
I figured it would be that easy. I remember from working on my Audi that you are better off using ramps, if the wheels droop from jacking up the car, it makes it harder to disconnect the end links.

Really funny coincidence...
I ordered the same bar on Sunday, it arrives Thursday.
I have to work on Saturday, but maybe I'll work on it that evening. Sunday at the latest.

Where's the pics? :-)