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Plum crazy

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  1. SOLD 3 way adjustable rear sway bar for Challenger from Petty's Garage. Was on the car for about a year but won't fit with my new coilovers. Comes complete with bushings and mounting brackets. $100 + shipping. Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
  2. Not sure if your meaning how to get the cable detached from the cradle so you can pull it out or not but here's a pic from mine. On each end of that connector is a little tab you have to pull back then the brake cable from each side pushes forward and should pull out once it clears that connector. Took me a bit to see that and figure out how to get to it myself. Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
  3. I just got done replacing my inner lower control arm bushings. I think your HC cradle should be the same as mine so these should work, they're Whiteline number W63339. Get ready for a fight with these suckers! One came out relatively easy but took a lot of force with the press. The other broke the press and I had to wind up cutting it out. I've got a thread going on Challengertalk of my work titled "2016 Scat Pack suspension build" it might help you out if you have any questions. I tried to take enough pics to show people who haven't done anything like this before. This is my first real time doing anything like this. I've always worked on my cars before to fix them but never a build or something this in depth like removing the whole rear end. I decided to abandon the diff bushings and just go with the factory for now. Maybe someone will come out with a specific one for us soon and I'll swap them out then. One thing I've seen as I'm sure you have too is that sometimes manufacturers didn't update the date range that their products will fit so some things will work for 15+ even though it's not listed. Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
  4. Everything should fit with your original equipment. I'm in the process of swapping my 3.90 with a 3.09. I'm curious though if you've found any upgraded bushings for the diff? That was the one thing I've been unable to find. Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
  5. Torque on the cradle bolts is 133 ft-lbs. Some info on swapping out the diff can be found here: http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=617737 What specifically would you like to know? Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
  6. I used them on my 16 Scat pack as a second set for autocross. Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk
  7. Set of (4) Mach wheels with 5x115 bolt pattern and +17mm offset. Weigh approx 29#. Some light curb rash and 2 center caps missing. Would make good set of winter wheels. Asking $400 O.B.O. Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk