Rear Anti Sway Bar, Cheap Handling Fix
I previously changed the setting of my front anti sway bar to the tighter setting and today I did the rear, however it is slightly different than the front bar on my F53 chassis
There is a Z bracket attached to the end of the link that connects the anti sway bar to the chassis. With that bracket, you use both the bolt holes on the anti sway bar to attach the link. The Z bracket is in a fixed position (at least I could not move it) and would not line up with the holes any longer when the sway bar was in the tighter position. So I switched them around, right to left side and left to right.
However, that did not totally resolve the incorrect hole alignment. (See attached pictures)
I assume both bolts are needed to handle the stress of the twisting of the anti sway bar.
Am I in danger of breaking the single bolt if I leave it this way? Do I need to get different links? Has anyone else had to do this?