So I only read about the sway bar installs, but never a tutorial with pictures…
forewarning: folks with the mental thought of “bigger hammer works better” may not apply for dong this job.
time: estimating how long it should take, suiting up, setting up, with pictures 1 hr.
tools- hex key (forgot what size, but metric), 17mm wrench or socket, standard screwdriver, jack and jack stands
item list- 1 progress rear sway bar, 6 each of nuts, washers and allen bolts, instructions, and 1 sticker!!!!
1- jack up the car where that rectangular thingy is, after the jack stands are in place, lower the jack and use it for holding the bar
2- position the bar correctly, and estimate approx where the holes line up.
3- once the bar is aligned with the holes, drop in the allen bolt from topside.
4- the 3 bolts in place on driver’s side.
5- the 3 nuts in place on passenger’s side.
6- I know I said bigger hammer metal thought shouldn’t be involved, but the rubber mount holding the spring got in the way of the middle bolt, so I had to use some good ol elbow influence with a thick standard screwdriver to move the mount up enough to drop in the middle bolt on the passenger side.
7. finished. after tightening down all 6 bolts.
8- test drive. didn’t go too far, but i can tell there is a slight difference.