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Here’s one of those tricky steps the instructions don’t talk about--rear antiroll bar re- installation. Our bar was a beefy aftermarket unit that required a fair bit of positioning via a rubber mallet. Each time we hit the bar it would spring back, so we had a buddy waiting with the antiroll-bar-to-trailing-arm bolt so when we hit, the bolt could be quickly slid into position. Even if we had used the stock antiroll bar, we’d still probably have to use the mallet method because it was a tight fit with the beefier PST arms.