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Re: Steering Knock After Lift Kit Debacle

Hi, took a look at the video but didn't get any audio with it.

The issue I have is with a sway bar drop link that keeps coming loose. I believe it's due to the fact my sway bar is not centered, and as such the bolt going through the link on one side is bent slightly.

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