Front Sway Bar End Link Polyurethane Bushings with Pictures.

XPLORx4

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How well do they work with a lift? My current end link bushings are trashed because the swaybar angle is steep with the 2.5" lift. Do you know if there are longer links anywhere?
 

Jim Smola

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How well do they work with a lift? My current end link bushings are trashed because the swaybar angle is steep with the 2.5" lift. Do you know if there are longer links anywhere?
These work great with my lift. As far as longer the only one I know making them for sale is wabfab.com but not sure if he will do custom length. May be able to compare a stock one to some at the auto parts store and find a longer in the same configuration
 
Aug 13, 2018
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Have any of you guys experienced a roughr ride after replacing your sway bar links. I’ve got an ‘02 with 5100s on it. 261k miles. My sway bar link bushings were shot and one broken. I put new ones on and now it rides extremely rough where it was smooth as could be before install. I DC them and the ride smooths out. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
 
Dec 31, 2017
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I just ordered these today because my moog end links that were installed in November are trashed. I sure hope these will last. Had them on a 1999 4runner and they worked well.