Anybody else noticed there is room to run 2 sway bar bushing on each side on the rear sway bar on their Thunderbirds? The old bushing was going to need to be cut off when I upgraded to stiffer bushings on my rear sway bar, so I just moved the old bushing over and installed the new harder bushings in the stock saddle. Then since I had the caps the new bushings came with, I drilled holes and added the support to the old bushings. Just seemed like a no brainer to me. So far so good. I did notice that the cars steering response was better, and the rear stays flatter in hard cornering. Oh and the teflon tape that has no use other than sealing pipe threads, I used to keep the High Energy bushings from squeaking is still quiet as a mouse..... LOL Don't tell anybody, that's not supposed to work...