[DML] Re: swaybar removal
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[DML] Re: swaybar removal


And I thought I was the only one with such problems when powder 
coating my frame lol!!!!  

I took off both lower arms and shook it to death till the rubber 
tore and let go of the freaking sway bar.

Then call up Toby and buy new polyurethane bushings.....really sweet 
setup and don't rip or tear easily.  They are kind of hard to get on 
when you're trying to be perfect but are very strong and should last 
a long time.  

Once you get the rubber pieces off the sway bar, you might have to 
take a flat head and hammer off the metal rings that used to be on 
the inside of the rubber pieces (the reason why it's so stuck).  The 
metal pieces will be attached to the sway bar....once you hammer 
them off....sand down the place where they attached and slide on 
Toby's new bushings (they have Stainless rings...so no more of that 

Let me know if this helps.


Vin 3323

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Qumefox <qumefox@xxxx> wrote:
> Hey all
> Just a quick question.. I finally got my frame completely stripped 
> and am finally ready to start cleaning it up.. My question is how 
to you
> get the front swaybar out of it's bushings on the lower control 
arm? I
> fought with it for a good three hours before giving up and just 
> the front suspension with it still tied together..
> --
> Chris
> VIN# 03209
> http://badger.brazi.net/delorean
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