Reviewed By steven n (HENRYVILLE, IN) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota Solara —8/30/2017 10:22 AM
took heat and pb blaster to get the oem ,what i call lawyer bolts off , put a little anti sieze on new moogs and flanged bolts went right on
Reviewed By John Brennan W (RIVERSIDE, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Celica —8/20/2017 6:04 PM
Title says it all. This bar is probably the cheapest bar out there for the Celica, but it's still a quality part. It also comes with all the necessary and new installation hardware, which is a big plus. The biggest downside to the bar is that it weighs significantly more than others on the market (and the OEM bar). This modification alone definitely brought the Celica from understeer to oversteer, so mission accomplished in my book.
Reviewed By Gerald C (CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan 370Z —9/28/2017 8:40 PM
So i bought this whiteline sway bar for my 2011 nissan 370z because i wanted to have a better responce from the back end, i have it on the stiffest setting and its literly a day and night difference, the only problem was the install was a little tricky but thats because of the car i have, the locking clamps are high quality and really grip nice, it also comes with grease, very high quality