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Hi,


Sorry to bother you guys, but I didn't see a specific answer in the forums.


Gonna replace the front sway bar bushings.


Is it better to have the wheels 'hang' like on Jack Stands or better to have the wheels bearing weight, like on Car Ramps?


I'm gonna use the polyurethane 'energy suspension 9.5161G' that seem to have good reviews on this forum.


Thanks for your time !


Gary
2006 SBJT w/175Kmiles... owner for 2 months.
 

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as long both wheels are even, under the same tension you good. Last time I had to replace them a just drove front wheels on 2x8 and simply slide under the car to replaced them one by one. I used OEM bushings.
 

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I did mine with the wheels on the ground IIRC, but what Lutek said is spot on as long as they are even it doesn't matter how you do it.

Also I used the aftermarket polyurethane set with the zerk fitting from energy suspensions I have never had to grease them again either.
 
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