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Old 03-04-2011, 02:01 PM
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Originally Posted by vstech View Post
... rear swaybar or front?
the rear swaybar bushings really hold the suspension in line...
front does very little to keep the car straight.
I was thinking of the front, but I guess I should take a careful look at the rear, too. The rear sway bar, bushings and links were all replaced in 2004 (70k miles ago) and I thought they looked excellent at the time of my subframe job so I did not replace them. But I'll take another close look while I'm swapping the tires around.

hanno, now I'm morbidly curious. I hate driving over grating, in any car!
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