|08-19-2010 03:28 PM|
|xecutionr||thanks for this write up! just installed mine today this way and i must add that if you have some sort of punch that you can hammer after you drill some, it creates a pin hole for you to drill through, made things HELL alot easier lol did it by myself btw, that is what took so long haha|
|02-20-2009 11:17 PM|
|MattyKrackSVT||im all late just saw this. but glad i did since i will be ordering very soon|
|02-19-2009 01:55 AM|
any votes for welding it in??
|11-10-2008 09:19 PM|
|NemesisEnforcer||so are these rear bars really worth it or what?|
|10-25-2008 06:57 PM|
|hybridtheory31||ive been wondering what exactly the difference between stress and sway bars is? i guess i shouldve researched before i bought the front two stress bars but just curious.|
|10-23-2008 04:34 AM|
|knoxrocks222||the mystery plug is for the audiophile option its for the sub and amp great if u dont want to run a remote wire from the from to the back just take a votage meeter and fint the remote turn on from that plug, thats what i did, i will be getting one of these stress bars soon if i keep my focus|
|10-23-2008 12:11 AM|
Same thing I did! I was gonna do a write up but I didnt take enough pics during the install. I used a hole saw to cut my hole in the carpet, I agree that an x would have looked crappy.
I put some rtv between the washer and the car to prevent leaking.
|10-22-2008 11:41 PM|
|09-06-2008 08:03 PM|
very nice clean job!
i will be doing this mod in the future and i will definately do the washer-carpet procedure.
also is there anything on the outside to keep water from getting into the hole you drilled?
|09-06-2008 07:54 PM|
you could go to a plumbing supply house and get some clic-clamps. you can open them up with a flat-blade screwdriver. i use them alot at work...
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