Join Date: Sep 1999
Location: CT, USA
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Re: Sway bar disconnect---help!!
I just kept tapping the flange on the outside of the link back and forth for awhile, and it soon loosened up. If you must beat on the thread end leave the nut on, extending past the end, so you're hammering on the nut, not the stud.
However, I did all this last week (see the $10 swaybar disconnect thread), disconnected it for wheeling on Saturday, and haven't reconnected it yet (30 mile roundtrip to work every day)..... not sure I'm going to bother, with stiff lift springs there's not all that much difference onroad.
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