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Exclamation Rear sway bar end link length?????

Does any one know the proper length for the sway bar end links once the car is lowered. Competition Engineering has end link kits at the parts store in many fifferent lengths and I need to know what size to use.

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With the car sitting level, use a small level and make sure the ends of the bar are parallel with the ground. Then measure the distance from the bar to the LCA for the length of the end link. I've been told that getting the rear bar level is of higher priority than the front.

I am pretty sure that Supercoupeperformance.com sells shortened end links.


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yeah they do, but these kits are 17.99 at the parts store, and its a reputable name. Now Bill has been great to me and I bought my poly front end kit from him, but he wants 29 plus shipping and I am running out of $ here. I have already dumped $2,235 on parts in the past 3 weeks

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LOL I know the feeling all too well. Save money where and when you can so you'll have money to spend on the things you CAN'T save money on.


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EXACTLY.

I.E. I just bought sway bar end links here at work (Village Ford) and saved like $22 over SCP.

Yay for employee discount otherwise we are priceyer then SCP

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