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anti roll bar

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done some work on my 1998 ka

the anti roll bar is loose but the bolts are tight

can i torq them up tighter or is a case or worn rubber?

can i change the rubber or do i need to replace the whole roll bar ??

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i would buy a pack of rubbers (not that sort LOL)

when ever i buy a used car i buy all the anti roll bar rubbers and have a garage fit them, the difference in handling is excellent. Sounds like that what you need and should only take an hour to fit the lot.

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Do as Steve has said, if you mean the roll bar and not the drop links then get the bushes done, cheap to do and does make a difference

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