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Alfisto Steve
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I find the easiest way to install the sway bar lollipop links is to jack up front of car so both wheels off the ground to take load off both sides of sway bar.

Usually the lollipop end pops off sway bar because the washer under the nut has too small of outside diameter. I put larger OD washer under item 7 nut shown in link below.

Also lower bushings on either side of lower suspension Arm go bad, too.

See this link of my pix of these links and washers: https://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/5507585-post20.html

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