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    Default GS/RS Trunk removal and BajaRon Anti Sway Bar install

    This video will show you how to remove the front trunk on a GS/RS.




    This video will show you how to install the BajaRon Anti sway bar on a GS/RS. Watch trunk removal video prior to viewing this.



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    Thanks, Randy. This is very timely! There's a thread on the GOS FB about this very subject right now. I just shared a link to this post.
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    Randy,
    But I really think that you should have your "lovely assistant" featured in the videos...

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    Default Sway Bar installed

    These videos really helped me to visualize the frunk removal and sway bar installation. Once I had watched them, the installation was easy. Thanks for the post!
    Mike in Southern Oregon


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    Quote Originally Posted by arntufun View Post
    This video will show you how to remove the front trunk on a GS/RS.




    This video will show you how to install the BajaRon Anti sway bar on a GS/RS. Watch trunk removal video prior to viewing this.


    Thanks, this was VERY helpful, the only thing that I would add is that if you are going to replace the links, you would be well advised to remove the 2 "panels" that are over the top of the links. #8mm screws use a drill/driver. Makes life easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Denman View Post
    Randy,
    But I really think that you should have your "lovely assistant" featured in the videos...
    Not a bad idea

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    the video was very helpful. thnx

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    Hi Randy,

    Re: This video will show you how to . . .

    I used both of those videos when I installed my sway bar. Most helpful. And I saved them to post whenever anyone asks about doing so. I spent way too much time trying to find them on here when people would ask; simpler to just save them.

    I still do not understand why these are not a 'sticky' for future reference.

    Thank You so much,

    Jerry Baumchen

    PS) You and finless (Bob) deserve some type of award for all of the work you have done in making a number of videos.
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