The optional endlink kit (left) and antisway bar bushings (center) replace all front mounting hardware. Reuse the existing bolts for the mounting brackets. The endlink hardware installs on the car exactly as shown, with the lower control arm and the bar itself sandwiched between the two pairs of bushings. Install the pieces in this order: bolt, washer, and bushing up through the bottom of the control arm; bushing, washer, spacer tube, washer, and bushing between the lower control arm and sway bar endlink; and the fourth bushing, washer, and nut on top of the sway bar endlink. Be sure you install the bushings so the flanged sides are facing in toward the lower control arms and antisway bar endlinks, and the washers with their curved-up sides seated against the bushings. The supplied washers that came with the antisway bar mounting brackets weren’t large enough to cover the holes, so during our auto parts store run we got larger 3/8-inch diameter washers to fit over the bolts (right).