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  1. LandKO
    03-10-2020 12:53 AM - permalink
    LandKO
    Sorry for the delay in responding.
    Yes, on my 2018 E450 I had to drill holes for the rear sway bar attachments. I did this, lying on my back under the camper using a right angle battery powered Ryobi drill. I went through several drill bits in the process because I kept breaking them.
    Would I do it again? Yes, I think I would.
  2. Baileyra
    02-28-2020 06:48 PM - permalink
    Baileyra
    LandKo I know you have posted you upgraded your sway bars. I want to start doing the same with mine on etrailer the installation video is for a 2017 and 2019 E450 the 2017 shows them drilling holes but the 2019 uses holes already in the frame although at a slight angle. Did you have to drill holes to install. I want to do this at home but if I have to do drilling it might make it a lot more difficult than I thought.
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