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Old 01-31-14, 10:49 AM
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Is there a promo code to use when ordering the sway bars through Sewell still?
Just log in with your Club Lexus name/pw... indicate you are a Club Lexus member in your profile. There is a nice savings.
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Old 03-29-15, 07:21 PM
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Well now that sewell closed it's parts dept where should we get this from?

Also there is 0 mention of a gs450h owner that has these sway bars installed. I know they are not listed as compatible but has anyone tried fitting this to a gs450h?
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Old 03-30-15, 02:31 AM
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Yeah i had mine installed 1.5 yr ago and you'll be satisfied with the results. It won't be noticeable at low speeds, but once you get up to speed you have less body roll and certainly more confidence taking those turns.
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Old 03-30-15, 01:29 PM
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Originally Posted by JJ604 View Post
Yeah i had mine installed 1.5 yr ago and you'll be satisfied with the results. It won't be noticeable at low speeds, but once you get up to speed you have less body roll and certainly more confidence taking those turns.
Awesome! Can you tell me the part number of the sways you ordered for your 450h? I am guessing it is the gs350/gs460 rwd only. Have you experienced any "knocking" sounds?

I have experience with gs300 gen 2 trd sways and believe it is the best bang for buck upgrade out there.

Thanks to Bigblack06 for responding to my PM's! It is confirmed that GS350/GS460 rwd sway bars are a perfect fit for GS450H owners.

Update: Installed and working flawlessly. Sewell lexus does in fact swap out the old bushings and sell with new bushings.

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Old 03-31-15, 02:11 AM
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Originally Posted by rl9010 View Post
Awesome! Can you tell me the part number of the sways you ordered for your 450h? I am guessing it is the gs350/gs460 rwd only. Have you experienced any "knocking" sounds?

I have experience with gs300 gen 2 trd sways and believe it is the best bang for buck upgrade out there.

Thanks to Bigblack06 for responding to my PM's! It is confirmed that GS350/GS460 rwd sway bars are a perfect fit for GS450H owners.
No i didn't have any issues with the knocking sounds. I believe that was a issue with the older batch of swaybars that were sold which came with bushings that was the incorrect fitment. If you use the search bar, you can find earlier threads discussing the bushing issue, and the markings on them so you can identify them correctly.

Here's a recent pic with BCR coilovers.

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Old 04-18-15, 11:55 PM
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Just going to bump this thread slightly and vouch for the sway bar being a fantastic upgrade over the OE ones.
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Old 04-21-15, 09:33 AM
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Is there a DIY for these sways? been looking all over and haven't found one.
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Is there a DIY for these sways? been looking all over and haven't found one.
i am also looking to diy my bushings....i took a look at his video below

looks as if he is working on a old camry......Does anybody think i can refrence this when doing my awd 3gs.



Im surprised this thread went this long without anybody posting one lol
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Old 06-09-15, 08:19 AM
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I did mine without a DIY. It wasn't too hard. Just had to drill the stock bushings out of the brackets for the rear
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Does anyone have the FSport Sway bar installation instructions included when you purchase the set? Ptr0230102 is the sway bar set. I misplaced my copy and can't seem to find anything online. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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