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I installed front and rear sway bars today. Doing it by my self was not near as hard as I thought it would be. It took about 5 hours-including three trips to the hardware store for drill bits-LOL. The test drive was amazing. I love the way the car now handles.
 

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One word of warning-watch your driving. It may lead to you getting a ticket due to wanting to drive faster through the curves. :D ;)
Terry

P.S. where is Noonday, since it isn`t on my map?
 

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Terry the hardest thing will be to stop leaning like when I am riding a motorcycle. Noonday is SW of Tyler on hwy 155 near Lake Palestine.
 

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Can you post pics of the installed sway bars? I have a new set in the box and haven't had time to install yet.
John F
 

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John, I will take some tomorrow and will pm you to let you know when I have uploaded them.
 

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yup, one of the best upgrades you can do mike. enjoy the ride. :five:
 

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mike, how much did you spend & who did you get them from ? i was just looking for a post on these when i found this one . thanks 4 the pictures it shows me what to expect.
 

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Mike,

Thanks for sharing.... anti-sway bars are the best!
 
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