I had to rehost some images so I found it easier to repost the DIY's than to look and fix the old posts.
Steps - loosen and remove first top nut on anti-roll bar ( arb ) - loosen and remove second nut on arb - remove the washers and top rubber noting the order - loosen bottom nut that bolts to the lower a-arm - jack up arb with a bottle jack until the arb clears the shaft - swivel the shaft out and replace the bottom rubber - I actually removed the whole thing - swivel back the shaft and slowly release the arb back onto the threaded area - put other stuff back in order - noting to compress the rubbers for about 5 turns only ( if you keep turning the first nut you will over compress the rubbers and make them fail early ) and then doing the up the second nut tightly. - clean up
14mm spanner 14mm socket and ratchet 4 poly replacements
My first time took 25 minutes in total for both sides including packing tools away
Karma's Law - For every action there is a multiplied reaction!
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