Highly unlikely because there's just no room up there to maneuver your arm/hand & tools around to take off the RSB brackets. I think the springs will be in the way too once you're ready to remove the sway bar itself.Crazy question but, can the rear bar be installed without having to undo a control arm and removing a spring?
I think I remember one company said you didn't in their install (I could be mistaken), but most say you do.
The work itself isn't an issue, but I won't have time to get to an alignment shop to redo the autocross setup for another month and with the soft rubber bushings we have, undoing one side will result in the settings getting messed up (even though it's a round bolt, round hole setup - those soft rubber bushings are under tension and the toe won't be the same afterwards).
If it helps, I didn't get an alignment yet after swapping out my RSB, springs, and shocks. It's been a few months now, it still drives & tracks straight with no vibrations in the steering wheel when I let go of the steering wheel at 70 mph on the highway. I'll let you know if the tires start to wear unevenly, but so far no indication of that either.
Yea, yea... I know I'm suppose to get an alignment, but I like to do things my way and "test" the need for an alignment after doing suspension work. And I'm ready to buy new grippier tires anyway so I dont' care if my tires wear unevenly. I'm sure my toe and camber aren't "ideal" but it sure feels good to me when I'm driving so we'll see.
Also my car is still fairly new so maybe my rubber bushings aren't as worn as older cars. That could make a difference in how out of spec things are.