22 or 25mm rear sway bar upgrade?
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This is a discussion on 22 or 25mm rear sway bar upgrade? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; so i have a little creaking noise(not that bad) at slow speed, usually when turning into my driveway. a friend ...

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    22 or 25mm rear sway bar upgrade?

    so i have a little creaking noise(not that bad) at slow speed, usually when turning into my driveway. a friend of mine who is a Subaru tech says the rear sway bar bushings and/or end links are probably worn out(which makes sense, my car is a 2002 with 104,000 miles on it).

    so anyway i figured i mind as well upgrade my rear sway bar and end links anyway. so i was wondering should i go with a 22, 24 or 25 mm rear sway and what type of end links should i get?

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    I just installed a Whiteline 22mm rear sway bar with the whiteline endlinks. My car like yours is a 2002 with about 96k miles on it. There was a definite change in how my car felt when turning. You will like it I am sure. I don't think you should go for anything bigger than 22mm unless you are going to replace the front sway bar as well. Get an adjustable sway bar so you can fine tune a little bit.
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