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My ST swaybars finally came in & Tues we didn't have any work so I busted out the jack & jack stand. :)
Wasn't to bad to install I had one end link in the rear that was a pain in the butt. I can feel a difference after installing the bars but I have not been able to give them a real work out. Every time I have gone to a place with some good curves there has been traffic :(
 

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lol yes I left them loose till I drove it around the parking lot & tightened them with the wheels on the ground. Thanks for looking out. :)
 

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Obviously you don't understand preload. You need to start from scratch. Your method is not correct.

Fred
I am not an expert on swaybars but as far as I know I installed them neutral.
You posted the same thing in another members thread & never offered anything as to what was wrong just that it was wrong because you said so.
Please explain to me how you adjust preload with stock endlinks.
 
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