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Old 11-14-2016, 12:58 PM   #1
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Default 2009 Forester Front Sway Bar Bushing Removal on Passenger Side

I had a clunk on my front end, I replaced end links, got better but still there. I was able to replace the drivers side sway bar bushing and it helped, BUT I cant get the passenger side bushing off. I removed all but ONE bolt on passenger side bushing bracket, but the other one is tucked up above the exhaust and I cant get to it. I tried just pushing exhaust over a bit to get to it and that didn't work, any tips/tricks on how to get the bolt out that's blocked by exhaust? its an 09 in iowa, and I don't want to drop exhaust if I can help it because im sure most of the exhaust bolts will strip/break due to rust/corrosion etc. any info greatly appreciated!
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