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I need to replace a rear sway bar on my 98 Honda Accord, is it as simple as buying the links and taking the old ones off.. or is there more to it?

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You are correct. all you have to do is take the old one off and put the new one on. the only hard part may be the nuts on the links may turn the whole link and not come off. you will need either a 12 or 14 mm for the nut and a hex key or socket to hold the stud.shouldnt be to hard

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Well as long as you observe how everthing comes apart it should not be too difficult the hardest part is removing the old parts a lot of times the nuts and bolts are frozen from rust and need considerable force to be removed, this means either snapping off the bolts with a 1/2 inch drive socket wrench by turning the nuts or bolts until they snap or using a portable propane torch to heat the nut or bolts to the point that they start to turn.

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