Are you looking to upgrade the handling of your GC8 Subaru Impreza? Look no further than replacing the rear sway bar with a stronger, stiffer, aftermarket option! In this tutorial we’ll show you how to remove the rear sway bar, ready for the upgrade of your choice.
Aftermarket Sway Bar
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Locate the rear end links. If replacing the sway bar, undo bolt #1 on either side. If you’re also replacing the end links, undo bolt #1 and #2.
Remove the bolt from both sway bar mounts and swing the mount downwards. You can now remove the sway bar from the vehicle, and replace with your aftermarket product.
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