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Old 04-29-2013, 02:18 AM   #29
p951951951t
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1972 Alfa Romeo GTV
Alfa Rosso

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That's why you use a torque wrench and follow factory torque values.

If you have to drive the car until you can fix it, just remove the sway bar entirely. You can probably drive with the bolt missing but why do that?

You are right about the fix. Drill, replace with flanged hex screw.
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