How do I get the sway bar off?
So I'm upgrading the front sway bar to a GXP. I tried everything but dropping the subframe to get the old one out and I can't see a way to get it out without hanging up on the exhaust or brake lines. Anybody have another idea? sawgunner is going to give me crap about this til I die (spent about 5 hrs doing it how he said to lol). Ideas used are pull the outer tie rod ends, pull the CV shafts (had to anyways cuz the stock high mileage ones didn't like the new mods) and pull out the passenger side. I'd really like to get the new bar in before I do the transmission pull, but it'* looking like that is what it is going to take.
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