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Is there a lot of work involved? Wheel aligments etc needed?<br>
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any suggestions would be appreciated.<br>
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thanks,<br>
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No wheel alignment is needed !!! The front is easy to install but for the rear, you need to lower...

<br> the sub-frame so you can have room to slide the sway bar through. If you don't use the car for track then it not worth it because you gonna pay $$$$$ for installation. You are looking at around 6-8 hrs of labor.<p>dialup-209.245.41.66.Dial1.SanDiego1.Level3.net
 
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Sorry Linh, but you're way off this time

The front sway bar will take about 1.5 hrs, and the rear 45 minutes. You do need to lower the rear subframe, using a jack to support the weight and keep it from crashing down. But after you lower the rear subframe... it's alignment time. Make sure you mention to them that the rear subframe was lowered as well, otherwise they may ignore those parts. Want to buy my 430 bars?<p>ca-brea5b-23.stmnca.adelphia.net
 
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That was with the springs and shocks. Plus, I got lucky on the alignment (which I'm doing soon)
 
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