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How-to Perrin 25mm rear swaybar & stout mounts

Old Mar 6, 2009, 05:39 PM
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I love my rear sway bar! Perrin ftw! I was at their shop in Oregon last weekend! Sweet GTR in their show room!

I forgot to lube up the bishings and let me say, it makes a lot of noise! Really stiffens up the car though.
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Bringing this thread to life. im going to be installing my sway bars this weekend and heard from a friend i should tighten end links when car is setting down on all fours as it would be on the road, that way it doesn't mess with the geometry of the car and unwanted stress is this true?
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Bringing this back from the dead with one thought on the install.

Getting stock rear endlinks off when they haven't budged in 85k miles is no small task. I found the best way was to disconnect the bottom of the rear shock, stick an impact on the endlink nut and grab the actual shaft of the endlink with vice grips as hard as you can. It took a little bit, but they both eventually gave up and came apart. Using an allen key and a 14mm wrench was hopeless.

Otherwise it wasn't too bad, just the typical fighting with large bolts that have never been removed on a 7 year old car that gets driven during the winter. Took a few hours though. Haven't driven it yet, I'm pooped.
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