Re: Rear Sway Bar Link Replacement
Nothing really, its a pretty straight forward job. The manual I found shows 40 ft lbs of torque for the bolts, but I didn't bother to torque them, I just made sure they were tight and then gave them an extra pull on the wrench. Just pull one off, line up the new one, bolt it down, and repeat for the other side. Should be a quick job. Good luck!
My Jeep: 2001 Grand Cherokee Limited, 245/65R17 Falken Rocky Mountain ATS, K&N drop in air filter, Bilstein HD's. De-badged, eagle-eye LED Tails & LED 3rd brake light, Addco front and rear sway bars, Superchips tuned & TM snip, interior 6k LED's, Gen3 ccfl projectors with Volt 6k HID lows, akebono brake upgrade with R1 Concepts premium rotors.