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Old Sat, Dec-11-2010, 08:38:31 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Hit_Apex View Post
This assumes you have the stock swaybar. With a fatter bar there is a good chance you won't get a socket in there. Another option, besides dropping the bar, is to use the closed end of a 12 point box wrench with a pipe extension. I believe it's an 11mm or 12mm. Tedious though and you have to guess at the torque.
That I do. You are correct. Even with the stock one, it was SUPER tight.
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