Preferably replace the sway bar as well(unless there is no rust or it still looks in good condition). I didn't have much of a choice, my rear strut broke in half with pieces of it dragging on the ground lol(Not a fun experience though).Can I replace sway bar bushings without pulling the sway bar?
Lucky fellow indeed! I wish I had at least a driveway, but alas houses where I live were not designed with driveways so I'm stuck having to take it somewhere for major jobs. Here's a picture of my sway bar before it snapped in half:Haven't gotten under it yet to look, other than replace exhaust. Other parts will be in this week so I'll be motivated. Glad I have a garage. (if I can get my wife out of it!)
Earth quakes, mud slides, wild fires...................Aside from rust problems, it's not that bad driving in snow. Of course that means not trying to drift or floor it at every corner. I'd rather deal with some rust and ice instead of hurricanes and tornadoes. Just a geographical preference though(to each his/her own).