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89 Voyager Suspension


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03-18-03, 06:48 PM   #1  
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89 Voyager Suspension

I am replacing the front sway bar bushings on my van and ran into a problem:
after all bolts were torqued the final time i noticed that the bar was shifted to the passenger side more than the driver any easy ideas how to re align it?
(during removal, 2 of the bolts at the frame snaped half way out so i put nuts on them and they torqued ok but was a pain there fore hoping not to remove them)

 
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03-18-03, 09:06 PM   #2  
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Replace the damaged hardware with the correct grade OEM hardware. Do not gamble with just any old bolt.

 
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03-18-03, 09:40 PM   #3  
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i plan on replacing the bolts but am concerned with the alignment of the bar it was equal distance from ball joints before and now is off by at least 3/4 inch towards passenger side

the bolts only need to hold until i get it to work so i can use the torch to heat them for removal/replacement

also as far as oem parts i prefer moog for suspesion and in this case the dodge dealer did not have any listing for a 1" bar (which i have) only a 3\4 bar or 1 1\8

 
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