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Knocking Noise after daizen swaybar install.

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Old 11-30-13, 03:19 PM   #1
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Default Knocking Noise after daizen swaybar install.

Hey guys/gals

I recently installed my daizen front swaybar and after install i here a knocking noise.

I have brand new tanabe coils, and i replace the end links too..

I jack up the car and i notice that the bar have some play at the mounting bracket points..

Once i hit the bar i can see that it makes the same noise i here while i drive and go over small bumps.

Anybody have experience something like that before?

My outer tie rods, ball joints are new too..

Any inputs ill really appreciated


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The swaybar bushing should fit pretty tightly on the sway bar. If you can move the bar up and down in the bushings, you need new or different bushings.
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