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Old 03-30-2012, 10:56 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default What Do I Need To Install An SER Sway Bar On A 2008 SE

I looked at the suspension Sticky but I have a question.

What do I need to install the rear swaybar ?

1. Swaybar
2. Swaybar SER oem bushings
3. Swaybar SER oem clamps ??

Do I need all 3 of these to install the SER swaybar?
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Old 03-31-2012, 12:41 AM   #2
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Default Re: SER swaybar on 08 SE

If your bushing are in good shape then all you need is the sway bar.
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Default Re: SER swaybar on 08 SE

Awesome thanks a bunch.
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Default Re: SER Sway Bar On A 2008 SE

The bushings are not really expensive. So, if you are putting a new sway bar, why not put new bushings? No harm done, just a few more dollars spent. You don't have to change it, but yes, it is also not expensive and it would be nice to have new bushings.
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Default Re: SER Sway Bar On A 2008 SE

So is the rear se-r sway bar better than the progress rear sway bar?
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Default Re: SER Sway Bar On A 2008 SE

Originally Posted by PetitFrereMaxima View Post
The bushings are not really expensive. So, if you are putting a new sway bar, why not put new bushings? No harm done, just a few more dollars spent. You don't have to change it, but yes, it is also not expensive and it would be nice to have new bushings.
I dont mind changing bushings. I was just curious if the ser bushings are required for a ser swaybar. I was not sure about the thickness of my 08 se swaybar compared to the ser swaybar.

I would like to know what is the difference between the ser swaybar vs 08 se swaybar? My guess is the ser swaybar is solid and themaxima bar is tubular?

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