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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 11:47 pm 
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Stock 1.5 sway bar bushings went bad in my 4g63 colt. Here are some pics, where do I need to order some thru? Thanks! Mark

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 12:27 am 
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I got mine from the local mistu dealer relatively cheap, they do tend last longer if there is no major oil leaks...

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Definitely change whatever parts are making that leak. :oops:


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Definitely change whatever parts are making that leak. :oops:
eww.. yea.. kind of looks like a blown cv boot.


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it was a blown boot, just grease. if i call jnz, do i say its for a 1g or just an 89 plymouth colt? are they stock or aftermarket?

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it was a blown boot, just grease. if i call jnz, do i say its for a 1g or just an 89 plymouth colt? are they stock or aftermarket?
say for non turbo colt.. turbo ones are different.


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OK thanks

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Definitely change whatever parts are making that leak. :oops:
Definately, it looks like my engine bay before I cleaned it up some.


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it was a blown boot, just grease. if i call jnz, do i say its for a 1g or just an 89 plymouth colt? are they stock or aftermarket?
say for non turbo colt.. turbo ones are different.
If the Elantra swar is in there, you have to order the turbo model bushings,
or go to Hyundai and purchase bushings from their catalogue. Chris will know which bar is installed right now, but you are sure it' the stock sway bar? If that is the stock bar, get the Elantra bar in their because it is the single best handling upgrade that I've ever bolted onto a C52a chassis.
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Yes, I asked 89mirageman who built the car, said the 1.5 stock sway bar is in there, i dont care about handling and i am having jnz and revolutionmotorsports source me some bushings (aftermarket)

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It's the only part on the car that hasn't been touched yet and will improve straight line driving too. Consider at least if just for future consideration. :wink:


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thanks i will in the future, but ive got so much other stuff going on with the car and my personal life i cant even think about it right now :D

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Just got some stock ones thru R.C. hill mitsubishi, but they are hard as hell to install! anyone got a write up or tips?

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Best tip is good luck, but seriously, maybe disconnecting the sway bar from the end links may make it easier, but only getting the rack boot out of the way will your saving grace I believe. It's no fun as most can attest to if they don't do it while the drivetrain is completely removed.


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