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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    You'll be very happy once you see how nice it is and how it feels
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    More parts that will go into my hoard until I'm good and ready to install


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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    I have a closet full of suspension overhaul parts. All new Bilsteins, drop springs, mounts etc, Moog sway links, tie rods, Dorman front bar, Addco rear bar, BMR lateral arms. other small stuff. Gonna order BMR trailing arms and STB's as well as new LCA's and hubs all the way around.
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    Default The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!



    So a little over 2 weeks to get it, ordered from neverenough.. Not bad not bad.. Should make quite the difference once I get around to putting it on


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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    Quote Originally Posted by REDCRAPGP View Post
    More parts that will go into my hoard until I'm good and ready to install


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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    Glad i took the time to read through this. I had similar problems with summit end of 2016. Jegs had one to me in 4 days. The Addco bushings have some sort of fiber material on the ID where the bar rides, i assume this is for noise control. Not sure if i will use those or the Energy suspension ones i bought.
    Also i checked my Moog end links for fitment before installing based on the hole being to small. They dont fit, so glad i can drill them out before getting under the car.

    Should be a nice addition with my dorman front and new BMR trailing arms.

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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    I know this is a 2 year old thread but just finished the Addco rear sway and BMR trailing arms. All i have to say is WOW! only did a short test drive but when i would be on the brakes in a turn there is no need for that anymore the car just goes where you point it!

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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    Quote Originally Posted by GTPNovak View Post
    Also i checked my Moog end links for fitment before installing based on the hole being to small. They dont fit, so glad i can drill them out before getting under the car.
    I didn't notice this until I was already under the car with the sway bar in place... lol

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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    Quote Originally Posted by GTPNovak View Post
    Jegs had one to me in 4 days.
    Hmm.. maybe I'll try soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaukRapids View Post
    Hmm.. maybe I'll try soon.

    Good luck. Back-ordered there as well. I called them when I was having the back-order issue with the other place.
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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    Have an ADCO rear sway sitting in my trunk for like ever..... Probably should put it on someday soon! Will have a GMPP rear for sale then ; )
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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    So literally 2 years later I'm installing my Addco rear bar since I had both wheels off to fix brake pads. Anyone know which direction the bushings go on? They are split on one side instead of the center like OEM.
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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    I would think put the slit on the top, since most of the pressure will be in the downward motion.
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    Default Re: The Addco rear sway bar is not dead!

    Quote Originally Posted by rickisrad View Post
    I would think put the slit on the top, since most of the pressure will be in the downward motion.
    I already ended up putting it facing up but not because of directional pressure. I couldn't tighten down the bottom nut on the bracket without seriously deforming the bushing. Addco's site says to use shims to prevent that and I didn't want the bushings split to be on the same side as the shimmed gap.

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