The MGA With An Attitude
Aftermarket Front Sway Bar, Australian -- FS-102B2

Tools Required:
Car ramps or stands
Electric or battery powered drill with a 7/16" chuck
Socket set & spanners
Drill bits x 1/8", 5/15", 7/16"


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For ease of fitting the suspension needs to be in the loaded (Compressed) position.
Drive car onto ramps with wheels as close to the inner edge as possible.

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If the car has been fitted with an oil cooler to the underside of the rdiator duct you may need to relocate it to top of panel in front of radiator so that the cooler pipes don't foul the sway bar.

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With the template provided mark and drill a 1/8" hole (Fig.6) in the lower front control arm as shown.
Make sure the rear of the template is in contact with the bolt before drilling as shown. (Fig.5)
Then follow through with a 7/16" drill. (Fig.7) -- Repeat for the other side.

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