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I'm looking to install the ST sway bar set on my 97 Type SH. Any feedback from installation experiences would be great. A link to installation instructions would be even better.

Thanks for the help.
 

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Just take the whole drivers side bracket of to put the rear swaybar on. Makes it much easier.
 

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Thanks for the feeback guys. Anyone else have any experiences with this mod? I assume I should take it to a shop to have it done. Also, the bars will fit with the stock exhaust...correct?
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by SilverTypeSH:
Thanks for the feeback guys. Anyone else have any experiences with this mod? I assume I should take it to a shop to have it done. Also, the bars will fit with the stock exhaust...correct?</font>
Why are you going to pay someone to do this?

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Joon525:
Why are you going to pay someone to do this?

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yea, after i said it was easy as playing rosey palm and the 5 finger puppets???

did you see the link???

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by SilverTypeSH:
I'm looking to install the ST sway bar set on my 97 Type SH. Any feedback from installation experiences would be great. A link to installation instructions would be even better.

Thanks for the help.
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Like was already posted, check out NTPOG. We've got the sway bar install in detail, as well as reviews on ST and Neuspeed.

I say do it yourself. You will need a jack, stands, metric socket set, metric allen key set, and a breaker for the bolts on the cat converter. It would be a wise idea, too, if you hose the cat bolts down with Liquid Wrench a day or so before you do the install (prefereably letting it just sit afterwards).
 
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