2007 WRX front and Rear Swaybar install
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    2007 WRX front and Rear Swaybar install

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any places where the front and rear swaybar + endlink install would be explained? I will be getting whiteline sways with kartboy endlinks. I know I saw a rear swaybar install on this forum, and he says you need to remove a wheel? Do you have to do that? Thanks in advance.
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    No, you shouldn't be removing any wheels. You want the car under load during install (read: use ramps vs jackstands).

    I don't know of a tutorial off-hand, but once you get under the car, it's relatively straight-forward how to install when you're looking at it.
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    Re: 2007 WRX front and Rear Swaybar install

    Also do I need some penetrating oil? And should I buy some grease for the bushings instead of using the white line grease?

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