As simple as this one is, i just wanted to share it
The complete how-to, with photos can be found here:
* 17mm socket (endlinks)
* 14mm socket (sway brackets)
* 10mm socket and/or screwdriver (underbody shield)
* PB Blaster or Liquid Wrench (optional)
1. If your vehicle has it, remove the 10 or so screws attaching the underbody shield to the vehicle. This is the same shield that covers the oil pan. I only have a few of these screws/bolts installed for ease of use so the number of screws you will personally have to remove will vary.
2. A note on the next step: Although the bolts noted are only lightly torqued down, if you haven’t touched them in a while, they may be hard to remove without the proper tools. An impact will break these loose in no time at all. For extra measure, spray some PB Blaster or Liquid Wrench on them a few minutes before proceeding.
3. Remove four (4) 14mm bolts holding the sway bar mounting brackets (1 front, 1 rear on each of the passenger and driver-side brackets).
4. Remove the bolt holding the sway bar to the endlinks with a 17mm socket.
5. Remove the metal brackets from the OEM bar and set aside.
6. Prepare the included polyurethane bushings from Eibach by lubricating with either the included white grease or, as shown here, AMSOIL Synthetic Multi-Purpose Grease.
7. Insert the lubricated bushing onto the sway bar then attach the OEM bracket to it.
8. Attach the assembly back to the frame and endlinks.
9. Torque down the brackets to 37 ft/lbs., and the endlink to 62 ft/lbs. (A tip on the endlinks, hold the other end of the bolt with a wrench to prevent it from spinning while you tighten it).