If you remove both sway bar bushings together, you’re a dumbass and now you can’t even get one bracket back on because the entire suspension has dropped back.

Moreover, with the sway bar unsecured up top, it’s now highly improbable to remove the nut on the tie rod because all of your force just leads to the sway bar bouncing up and down with each attempt to loosen said nut.

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So now you, the fool, have a tie rod you can’t get off, and a sway bar bracket you can’t reattach without a second person pushing your suspension forward for you to line up those bolts.

Please, don’t quit your day job.

With love,

Me.