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I was driving home from work today and I started to here a clunking sound.. I got home and jacked the car up and on the passanger side you can see that the bolt brok on the anti-sway bar!!! Will this be ok to drive to work tomorrow where I can hopefully fix it?

 

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It will be fine to drive....gently.

I would put a few hose clamps together or grab some wire, and pull the end of the sway bar down so that it's held in place though
 

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I was driving home from work today and I started to here a clunking sound.. I got home and jacked the car up and on the passanger side you can see that the bolt brok on the anti-sway bar!!! Will this be ok to drive to work tomorrow where I can hopefully fix it?

it should be fine to drive ( i would just take it off until you can get the parts to fix it so you dont have to deal with the noise) ... crap I took mine off 7 years ago and DD drove it for the next 3 years without a front sway bar.... and after that the car became mostly a weekend only and strip car so i just left it off
 

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The sway bar won't really affect ride drastically. There will be a bit of a difference in how the car corners. The sway bar helps prevent lateral movement and body roll/lean when cornering.
 

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How will it change the ride if I remove it temporaly?
with a stock or stock replacment strut and stock springs it wont be bad at all... I DD mine with 90/10s and 4cly springs and that was a bit much but still not bad to me... but for most it would be a P.I.T.A
 

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