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Old 09-19-2012, 10:19 PM   #65
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Originally Posted by dcplus14 View Post
I have a 2012 SS, so effectively updated Rear LCA's and Swaybar arm positions. Are the following assumptions I have made correct, or not? Please chime in, I would like to look into a few upgrades along the lines of the 1LE options.

Want to upgrade the sways to the 1LE sways:
22786260 (Rear bar)
22812946 (Front bar)

Are the endlinks in the 1LE the same as the 2012 SS? If not, then I assume we would need to upgrade to the 1LE endlinks (at the least) to support the new 1LE bars.

Can I reuse my stock swaybar bolts or will I need to order 4 of these:
11518623 (Swaybar bolts)

Hubs. My assumption was the benefit to the hubs on the 1LE were due to the gears being changed, thus would you only need to change the rear hubs? I see that most people keep listing changing out 4 hubs. Can someone explain the need/want to replace the 4 instead of just the 2 in the rear. Sorry, suspension noob here.
The front and rear endlinks are the same as the SS. You do not need new swaybar bolts either. The benifit of the new bearings is that they are better suited for road racing. The bearings are larger and are able to handel more load. Thats why they are on all four and not just the rear.
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