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post #31 of 35 Old 06-28-2012, 02:21 AM
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^why would u remove the wheel? lol. well for the 3rd gens i had to jack up one side jus to give the tower some relief. i didnt have to jack it up all the way jus enough for adjustability then the ends slipped right on. idk maybe the 4th gen bar sucks hard

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Originally Posted by peelman View Post
The RLSTB mounting bracket should be mounted to the strut tower first then the bar installed second by mounting one end first then while pushing down on the end of the bar and at the same time pulling up on the bar in the centre inserting the second bolt. There need to be some tension there on the bar once installed. You may have defeated the purpose of the bar by reaming the mount.

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No, no, no. The purpose of the bar was transfer money from the purchaser to Racing Line. That was accomplished. Any positive or negative effects on vehicle handling are purely "colateral damage", and not relavent to the purpose of the bar.

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He'll have to feel under his cap for the point.

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ya i think putting any kind of pressure on this while the bolts are removed would certainly foul your alignment. i dont think it would ever have went on without reeming , im bigger than most guys and couldnt budge it over far enuff

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