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Hi guys,

I got some replacement swaybar bushings (Raybestos brand, blue) and I am looking to put them in this weekend.

Since the new bushings have a split in them I think I don't have to touch the endlinks, just pull the mounting brackets off then remove the old bushings and slip the new ones over the swaybar. (Is this right?)

Do I need to jack the car up to take weight off of the tires when removing the mounting brackets, or can I just drive the truck up onto ramps and leave the vehicle weight on the tires (assuming I am on a relatively level surface)?

Thanks!
 

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Well without further input I figured it was safer to get weight off the tires, but after doing the job, I don't think it's necessary, as long as it's done on a flat, level surface.

Best $11 I ever spent. The worn out ones wrecked my front tires.

 
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