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Old 02-09-2005, 09:29 PM   #1
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I just finished up with the energy suspension front sway bar bushings and man O man what a difference,so tight with barely any give.It took me 25 minutes for both side'* and I'll be doing the rears tomorrow if you havent yet done this low cost mod,Git er done. Huge improvement !.
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All I needed was your endorsment. I'll probably do it this weekend.
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I added the "no more ringy dingy " post to my faves a while back a have been wanting to get around to doing this mod. I coudnt beleive how easy it was ,I'll be taking corners a little faster now
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Glad you're happy

Re-using the rear bolts, or did you get new ones?
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Re-using the rear bolts, or did you get new ones?
I'm going with New ones,Thanks to the part # you put up on that thread.I called local Gm dealer and they ordered them for me,apparently nobody in the city had them in stock so their being shipped in from montreal.Partsman said I can pick them up tomorrow.
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Should these be done at the same time, when I replace my struts with KYB GR-2'*?
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It'll be much better with the rear done. Your car has a stiff front right now which creates understeer.
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Should these be done at the same time, when I replace my struts with KYB GR-2'*?
Not a hard job to do at all,If i where you i'd do them before you do your stuts just so you can feel the difference in the bushing alone ,Im off to do my rears now .
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Im off to do my rears now .
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Did you order a kit or just the bushings?
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