How To: Adjustable Sway Bar Endlinks

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  1. outtamymind

    outtamymind Full Access Member

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    what exactly are the symptoms of sway bar endlinks starting to go? and what are the benefits of upgrading the endlinks
     
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    you will get a clunk in your front end. Upgrading them eliminates the stock endlinks which have a tendency to fail. Also, these are adjustable, and that's better for obvious reasons.
     
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    would those effect steering stiffness at all?
     
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    Thanks for contributing.

    Nice write up too. :)
     
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    nvm googled it. turns out worn endlinks and sway bar bushings can cause your suspension to become somewhat loose and cause a drifting movement.
     
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    Stock links are also flexy. Hence the shorter SS ones.
     
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    im waiting for mine to snap with the added tension
     

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