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Suggestions on replacing the front sway bar bushings and end link bushings on the '66? Car resting on it's wheels or wheels hanging? Which should I use? Plan on completely rebuilding the front suspension this winter, but I'd like to do this now. Must have stock look. Midolyne bushings? PST Polygraphite?
 

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I did mine in the air on stands, but when installing I jacked the lower control arm up to install the end link one one side first, then the other.
 

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I also had the car up on jack stands to install the sway bar (more room to maneuver) but sat it on the ground and fished the end links up then tighten them.

This is for a stock ride height '65. I haven't completed the end link bushings for the Garage Shelf with the Global West A arms and lower ride height springs. I may do this soon though, since I'm stealing the sway bar and A-arms off the '65 Garage Shelf and will stuff them on my
'65 I6 Coupe. Nothing says an I6 can't be lowered and have an 1" front sway bar! LOL

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Dean T
 
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