Yes, but it's a tight squeeze. I got mine in and then realized that I had started the wrong end when threading it through and it was now backwards and wedged in place! I said the heck with it (well, maybe that's not exactly what I said) and took one of the springs back out which made it easier. I have closely wound springs, though, that don't give much wiggle room.
Dan, What is the way to do it if I do not remove anything? Hate to pull a spring out if I can do it another way. When I initially pulled the bar out there were much taller springs in that gave it hte 70s gasser look. ****
It involves a lot of swearing and twisting and turning and that's just what your body has to go through! I got mine in one time real smoothly, and another time I screamed and yelled and sweated for what seemed about an hour!
Thanks. I feel normal then. I'm at the swearing and twisting part. Does it work better trying to put it in and through from one side better than the other? Maybe thats some of my problem? All help appreciated.
I don't recall ever having trouble installing or removing it with all the other suspension in. Actually, when I took my front end apart last time, I pulled the sway bar out first so its gotta be able to go back in. Or maybe I'm just good at spatial relationships. Now I may run into trouble cause I plan to get a bigger front bar, maybe one of those 1 1/8" guys. we'll see.....
There was no way my 1-1/8 bar was going in, twisted and sweared for a couple hours. All I got out of it was a scratched up sway bar. Next morning, I just dropped an a arm and it slid right into place. Would have saved me so much time and trouble to have done that in the first place.