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Endlinks or endlinks kit?
OK I went to the susp place and the guy showed me where my endlink bushings are gone (not wore out really bad, but GONE)...he quoted me 50 for parts 60 for labor...I was gonna get my own parts but I didnt ask if that was for new endlinks or if all I needed to get was the bushings. So what do yall think all or just the kit?
Tiffany's being a dork (but I still love her, she's so adorable), does she want a poly mount kit or talk to Dan Newman and get the actual endlinks too?
'95 who-the-hell-knows-what in progress
2003 Mustang Cobra radiator, 180* T-stat, Hayden Ultra-cool auxiliary transmission cooler, 13" slotted/cross-drilled front rotors, Dual-Piston PBR calipers Powder Coated Red w/ black logo, 17" 7-spoke Chrome Motegis, JVC Arsenal 5000 HU with touch screen, Kappa 5x7's, Audiobahn 12 pushing 550 rms, FF50 driving lights, FF75 fog lights, xenon 95 air dam, 97 side skirts, rear window tbird decal
Join Date: Aug 2004
Just buy the kit, new links and bushings all in one. Takes no time at all to change out.
yeah i had the same problem when i bought the car used, so i just bought the endlink kit from MOOG, the bushings are pressed into the endlinks i guess you could say, so there one part. u get the busings, u get the endlinks.
CarDomain Bird My T-bird
.... a Couple little bolt-ons.
Join Date: Feb 2004
You'll be looking for the Energy Suspension endlink kit, BTW. Make sure you get the right length, and it's a piece of cake.
does anyone know if there are any shortened front endlink kits aviliable?
95 LSC- Mods: 2.5 dual exhaust, 3.73s, 17x9 cobra R Rims, SCT dyno tune, MM driveshaft, 249 rwhp/ 268 ft lb tq
97 Base- Mods: Forged motor, Eaton m112, 2.76 pully, too many mods to list..........
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