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Re: Installing RD Sport Sways (archive)

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Posted by SteveB on May 20, 2001 at 23:17:19:

In Reply to: Re: Installing RD Sport Sways next week, do and do posted by TwistyM3 on May 18, 2001 at 15:46:41:

I just did this installation Thursday and left for a driver's school Friday so I'm just seeing this tonight. The rear was a BITCH to get in, the front was a piece of cake. I did the same settings as listed above, you will not believe the difference these bars will make in your cornering ability. I used the two tubes of grease supplied with the bars and on the drive to the school heard nothing, but after the second session as I was pulling off track it sounded like something was broken in the front of my car. I pulled the wheels and looked, everything was fine. After a little more driving I decided that it was the bar moving/twisting in the bushing. Guess I'll get more grease and try to re-lube them, if that doesn't work I'll try the teflon tape.


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