I agree with Haasman. I replaced the front swaybar bushings because it was an easy, inexpensive job, and I was replacing motor mounts, tranny mount, and all exhaust hangers - so why not. Old bushings didn't seem particularly bad, and I didn't notice lean in turns. The one single thing I immediately noticed with the new bushings installed was that the car tracked straighter and was less affected by crosswinds - surprised me a bit.
Also. if the front tires have wear from a previous misalignment, they may cause your problem. Swap front to rear to test.