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The car should be on ramps or on a lift where the tires are supporting it, so that the suspension is loaded. Removal of the stock end links is the first order of business.
Here are the end links, bushings and bushing lubricant supplied with the kit.
You will need to use an 18mm box end wrench and a 6mm Allen wrench to remove the 4 nuts attaching the end link to the lower control arm.
Using a 15mm box end wrench and an 18mm socket and ratchet remove the two lower nuts and the two upper bolts from the sway bar bushing bracket. Remove the sway bar and end link assembly.
JOHNNY O’CONNELL REAR ANTI SWAY BAR UPGRADE