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When your sway bar has rusted or bent to the point of causing problems with your suspension, steering, or alignment, you’ll need to replace it, and likely the links and bushings as well. This video shows you how to install an entire kit of sway bar, sway bar links, and sway bar bushings with brackets on your 1988-2002 GMC K1500.
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