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Hello I purchased Swaybar Bushings today I saw in my Haynes book it says to drop down the rear sway bar a little bit. Is there any other option to that I don't have to do that? all I have is a jack and 2 jackstands if I have to go that route I am gonna have not a clue to go about setting that up as far as jacking points etc. If anyone could offer up some advice that would be great and I am assuming I won't need an alignment afterwords. Thanks

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Just jack up the rear of the car and you're fine. I changed mine and did nothing but unbolt the mount bracket, removed the old bushing, installed the new one, and re-bolted the bracket.
 

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I think I am a little confused here haha so I don't need to lower the rear of the subframe? I am sure I can do this myself I just don't want the subframe to come crashing down on my hands or arm.
 

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If you are messing with sway bar or stab-links, it makes things easier to have both wheels off the ground to prevent loading one side. Less of a hassle.
 
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