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I got an experiment to do which involves bigger swaybar.

But I've been annoyed by having to remove the bracket to grease them (henced I removed it for the last one year or so). So I figured lets add zerk fittings (size M6 x 1)

turned out great.

Straight zerk for the front, right on middle. And I just made my own lateral lock for the front. No use in removing pre-load if the damn swaybar keeps shifting and not returning back to center.

90 degree angle zerk above the letter G on rear bracket.

I didn't create any channeling, because Superpro's swaybar bushing is 1mm bigger in diameter compared to the actual swaybar (22mm). Which is great if you think about it because it won't cause any bind and have room for grease.
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