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We used a car lift (makes it easier to take the pretty pictures) but this can be done with the car secured on jackstands. We then greased the 7/8-inch bushings with the supplied white silicon grease and installed them on the bar with the split facing the rear of the car. Next, we installed the U-bolts over the axle (you will need to carefully pry the brake lines away from the axle so the U-bolt can slip between the axle and the lines) and slipped the axle bracket on the bottom of the axle. The sway bar was then held in place while the bar’s brackets and nylok nuts were used to loosely secure the sway bar to the axle (it will get tightened later).