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PostSubject: Sway bar installation   Thu Jun 29, 2017 3:06 pm

So... I got a '99 Seville rear antisway bar to install on my Riv (it's the same as the STS bar).  My old bar broke (it outlived 3 pairs of links, I installed Moog Problem Solvers and.. oopsie... good bye bar end). The new bar looks about 1-2mm thicker than the old. For you GM gearheads, the old bar is "green" and the new is "yellow."

I wrapped the working segments of the bar (where the bushings ride) in teflon tape coated with a paste I made of tune-up grease (polysiloxane) and graphite, and over-wrapped the ends with amalgamating tape. I assume the teflon will wear through in a while. We'll see how the rest of it lasts.

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