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when installing a CPP front sway bar. when assembling end links start with the bolt head thru the bottom. This puts extra length at the top not the bottom to snag your clothes or bump your head when working under front end. And the end will not get damaged from road debris. Also tighten the nuts on the links so you have the same number of threads showing on both sides so the bar isn,t preloaded to one side or other
 

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thanks for tip. :tu
 

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Good advice.

Now everyone look around their car and particularly on whatever you might be working on. There's probably more places you can or should do things like this.
 

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Thanks

I thought about getting an arm cut or scratched while trying to grease lower ball joints or if a hex wrech slips while changing disc pads.
 
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