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    Front sway bar link

    Can someone send me a picture of the front sway bar end link to the arm ? Or better yet a replacement diy ?

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    Chris




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    It looks different when apart. In the built-in position, there is 2cm of thread left above the top of the nut. Then tension is correct.

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    Last edited by foama; 10-20-2019 at 03:54 PM.

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    Aye the kit I have received from moog is missong one of the rubber bushings. I installed it without one between the arm and the lower end

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    Quote Originally Posted by XxPuNTeRxX View Post
    Aye the kit I have received from moog is missong one of the rubber bushings. I installed it without one between the arm and the lower end
    I would try to get missing part!



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