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Old 05-13-2014, 04:47 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by JDP Tyler View Post
You should not have to drill the ends of the sway bars with SB037. Every 2012 that I have seen has the 10mm endlink studs, but some say that the later-year 2012's have 12mm studs.

Go out to your car with a 10mm and 12mm open head wrench and slide it over the exposed end of the stud on the endlink to see for sure and report back. If it's 12mm you can just go with SB039.

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The only issue I would see with this is the front bar in the SB039 kit is bent differently to accommodate the electric power steering, which the OP doesn't have. It may still fit in there fine, but I would prefer to eliminate the extra bends in the bar if they aren't needed. Just my .02 cents.
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