you shouldnt need to replace the bar unless it is bent. have you hit a curb or a big hole in the road. it would have to be a serious collision with something to bend your sway bar and if it did happen then you would definately have other damage as well. while your replacing sway bar bushings inspect the bushings of your control armsOkay, ill try just the bushings first. They said that those were bad but also the whole bar needed replacing, not sure why though. It's 23 mm for the front correct? and ya I just replaced the intermediate shaft so thats not it, I just want the damn thing fixed, been having this problem for a while now
to replace the bushings you do not need to drop the frame. the clamps and bolts are difficult to reach and the bushings are around $30 i think just make sure you get the correct sizeNo I haven't hit any big holes really and i went on the curb maybe once, but these were all far after the issue began, so this was already happening previously, so I will go ahead and just replace the bushings to start with, does this also require me to drop the sub frame?