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Old 03-09-2019, 12:06 PM   #43
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I rub in the front when I hit bigger bumps, nothing in the rear though. I'm gonna be dropping the rears down more soon and I still have to delete the front fender screw and roll/maybe pull the front fenders also
Gotcha. How much camber are you running? Wondering if you could get rid of some rubbing with a little more camber?
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Old 03-09-2019, 12:12 PM   #44
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Gotcha. How much camber are you running? Wondering if you could get rid of some rubbing with a little more camber?
I honestly have no clue. I gotta get my front strut covers cut off so I can adjust it without pulling out the coilovers then I'll go to a good shop to get an alignment done and have camber set properly

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Old 04-15-2019, 08:44 AM   #45
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Got my H&R 24mm rear swaybar installed this saturday. Overall really easy install that only took about 30 minutes. Just undo the 2 endlink bolts that require a triple square and wrench, then the 4 swaybar bracket bolts. The H&R re-uses the OEM brackets, but has new teflon bushings that supposedly require no grease. The grease I ordered wasn't in on time so I didn't grease them, but if I get any hint of squeaking, I will be. I put it onto the hardest setting and it definitely feels better in long turns with much less body roll. I have 034 adjustable endlinks coming today that i'll toss on there this week as well. I have a few more things to do in the near future that all require an alignment after so once I get those done i'll get it all aligned and corner balanced and hopefully do my first autox this spring/summer.







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