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    Sway bar install

    I only have 2 ramps and my stock wheel jack (which I dont believe can jack high enough to get on ramps).Can I just put the front up on ramps and install the FSB and end links then the rear?


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    Yes, that is how I installed mine. I did my fronts first since it takes a bit more time, then went out for a quick drive and returned to complete my rears. Having a spotter as I reversed up the ramps was nice, but I've done it without since then. I'd recommend swapping your end links at the same time.

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    The suspension has to be under load. I did mine on 2 ramps. For the front drove the car onto ramps & for rears reversed on to them.
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    worked,thanks for the tips! Night and day difference.

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