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Has anyone installed the M5 or equivalent aftermarket swaybar in the rear-only of their 5 series? After doing a bit of research, it was clear the rear is easy to install- the front is a pain in the ass. However, it was not clear what kind of results anyone had doing the rear only or if it was even a good idea.
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