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  • SteveB
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    Originally posted by 93accordexcoupe
    steve what was the part number that fit ur rear ST bar? i found 20.5mm and 22mm. im guessing the 20.5 will fit if i grease it up and slide it on
    The bar is advertised as 13/16".

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  • 93accordexcoupe
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    steve what was the part number that fit ur rear ST bar? i found 20.5mm and 22mm. im guessing the 20.5 will fit if i grease it up and slide it on

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  • starchland
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    I should pick that up, my front squeaks like an old bed, but I think its also hitting the chassis at somepoint

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  • SteveB
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    Originally posted by 93accordexcoupe
    steve is that ur rear ST sway bar? did the bushings mount to the same place that ur ST ones did?
    Yes, and yes.

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  • 93accordexcoupe
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    steve is that ur rear ST sway bar? did the bushings mount to the same place that ur ST ones did?

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  • SteveB
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    Originally posted by cp[mike]
    i can see that fitting getting broken right off by road debris...

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  • cp[mike]
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    i can see that fitting getting broken right off by road debris...

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  • SteveB
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    No squeaks, possibly increased compliance.

    Yes, it's a zerk fitting for a grease gun.

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  • cp[mike]
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    do you use a grease gun on that fitting to lube em up ?

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  • FishyMan
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    Compared to home-made one. Actually did you notice any difference since changing to aftermarket ones.

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  • SteveB
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    Originally posted by FishyMan
    Did you notice any difference in the handling? Did ur bolts get stuck when u replaced the OEM ones?

    Thanks.
    Compared to what?

    No.

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  • FishyMan
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    Did you notice any difference in the handling? Did ur bolts get stuck when u replaced the OEM ones?

    Thanks.

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  • SteveB
    started a topic SUSP: Greasable sway bar bushing install

    SUSP: Greasable sway bar bushing install

    Picked these up to get rid of an annoying squeak. Seemed to do the trick.


    $22.95/pair locally, ordered through the Keystone program at Canadian Tire.
    Installation is self explanatory. I specifically used the suffix G part number, for "graphite impregnated".

    Note the grease grooves on the inner surface.....


    My attempt of making my own...


    The real deal!


    Fronts installed....


    ...and rears.


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