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Old 06-02-2010, 01:10 PM   #1
kmper02
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Default Help with greasing up the bushings

Finally got the front swaybar in. At the time I had no grease, so I ge the occasional creak and pop when making slow turns. I'd love to grease the bushings and end links up, but doing in the install took a lot longer than it needed to and I'm afraid repetitive screwing and unscrewing of the bolts with strip them. Is there anyway to add grease without taking it all apart. ANy advice would be greatly appreciated. Also, is there any risk to running an ungreased front swaybar besides sound?
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Old 06-02-2010, 03:52 PM   #2
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The only risk you would take is the bushing dry rotting a lot quicker. Then you'd have to replace the bushing sooner then needed.

Other then that, you'd have to take it off again and re grease it. That's what I ended up doing, I couldn't get around the bushing where it's needed when it was installed.
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