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Old 03-20-2017, 11:44 AM   #1
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TC Sway bar size

I am having trouble finding the size of the stock swaybar on the TC balts. Whoever owned the car before me put on regular cobalt endlinks that are longer so when I put on the properly sized ones, it clunks now in the front. My guess is having the longer endlinks put stress on the bushings so I'm looking to replace them. I read that they are 23mm but I just want to be sure. Can anyone verify this for me?
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I actually believe they are 22mm. I just replaced mine on Friday. I check once I get home.
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they might need to be torqued properly. They will make noise if they're not torqued enough.
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I lied its 23
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I'll check that. I'll probably end up getting some Energy Suspension Poly ones though. They are almost the same price as OEM.
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I got both OEM ones for $20. It made a huge difference. So much better over bumps
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I'll check that. I'll probably end up getting some Energy Suspension Poly ones though. They are almost the same price as OEM.
I had energy suspension on my 94 camaro that was lowered and I hated it.
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