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Old 02-24-2006, 03:49 PM
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Must I take the spindle off?

Must I take a/the spindle off either side to get the sway bar out?

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On what? More info please sir!
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69 Pont Cat wagon

This is a long story. I've been trying to slam my wagon, but the sway bar hits the frame. The guys on this forum came up with lots of good ideas, but what I'm going to do is have the sway bar spread so it clears the frame. Well, ya gotta take the stupid sway bar off to start with, and I was having a little trouble figuring that out. As it turns out, I just had to take the rotor and backing plate off. Bingo, sway bar comes out. So, I didn't have to take th spindle off. Whew!
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Glad you figured it out! By the way...nice looking wagon!
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