is there an easy way to get the sawy bar end links off? we put the allen wrench in and try to get the nut off, but we can only break the loose. hel!!!!
definately, i just got one a while ago, it would have helped a ton on the last swaybar install i helped with, if the inside of the endlink's hex socket hadnt been completely stripped. a little wd-40 goes a long way to getting these off too. i just it unfrozen with a socket, then used the allen wrench and the ratcheting open box wrench to take it the rest of the way off.AccordiO said:I have a ratchet wrench set, it saves me ALOT of time.
which part number is it for the end links? I see a couple different things for the rear with no pictures. The closest advanced auto is 60 miles awayRed02AccordV6_2 said:http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductList.aspx?PartType=78&PTSet=A&SearchFor=Sway Bar Link Kit
where these the ones you got?