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Hi,
I am planning to do the installation of sways myself, aftering looking at the diy pages, I am wondering how difficult is it to do?
 

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I've helped installing them on an E36 M3 and E30 M3.
neither were hard.
only watched an install on an E46, wasnt hard either.
 

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If you have the right hand tools, jack stands, and a floor jack (not the factory spare tire jack), its an easy 2 hour DIY. It helps if a buddy is available to help guide the new bars into place.

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Pretty easy, do a search and read all of the tips.... on a scale of 1 to 10, 10-hardest, I'd say this is a 3. Just make sure you have the rear end on ramps (loaded) before you adjust the rear endlinks.
 

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its not to bad at all...it really helps if you can put your car in the air, but do it yourself...it will give you confindence todo other mods
 

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You need ramps to do it according to UUC because the suspension is supposed to be at ride height.

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thanks guys, now i am more confident to install the sways by myself, along that i will also install the RE pulley.
 
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