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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-10-2008, 02:51 AM Thread Starter
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Question about Suspension Techniques sway bar kit for 07 cobalt LS base

Sup! new to the forum. Has anyone had this installed in their 2.2s? I'm thinking of getting one but I heard that installing the front sway bar is tedious. I need to lower the sub frame or something like that. appreciate any info can provide me thanks!!
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shouldn't have to lower the subframe. for your car all you would most likely have to do is jack the car, unbolt it on both sides, and slide it out.

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I see did you get yours installed that way??
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The word around the forums is you will need to take apart the front subframe to remove the old and install the new one. I heard it's like a 6 hour install just for the front. The back should be like 10 minutes though...
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The word around the forums is you will need to take apart the front subframe to remove the old and install the new one. I heard it's like a 6 hour install just for the front. The back should be like 10 minutes though...
for the front sway bar, it should be only about 2 hours, you need to drop both wheels, unbolt it from the shocks, then it unbolts from the subframe via 4 bolts, i believe. then it just slides out. no need to remove the subframe for the task.

All info i learned when i did the clutch on my car.

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