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How easy is it to replace the front and rear sway bar bushings on a 1st Gen Avalon? Can it be done in the driveway?

I've been recommended to get polyurethane over rubber. Is there a huge difference in performance or just lifespan?

From what I've read the vehicle must be raised equally on each side. Is that correct?

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They're pretty easy to get to. The fronts are a bit harder because access is blocked a bit.

Can't answer your question regarding rubber Vs polyurethane.

Yes, it's highly advisable to raise both sides equally. If you don't, one side will have a lot of force pushing down, so when the last bolt lets loose, it'll jump down and might injure you. It doesn't have to be raised *perfectly* even, just reasonably so; within an inch or so.
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