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Rear sway bar links (archive)

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Posted by DRM on March 29, 1999 at 09:58:32:

Does anyone have a trick for getting new links onto the sway bar ends with the bar still in the car? After having a hellish time getting the old ones off, I couldn't even get the new ones started on - the hole in the rubber bushing is just too small. No way to get leverage and lubricants (NeverSeez and WD40) didn't seem to help. I ended up putting the old one back, cracked rubber and all, for the time being. And I double-checked with a dealer that I had the right links ("There's only one typie for the E34")


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