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Old 08-07-2009, 11:49 PM   #41
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Rockauto.com is a good place to find em for cheap. Just be sure to grease them well before installing them. They come with zerks. The lube that comes in them is only assembly grease and won't last long. Trust me on this one... I replaced my first set after 3000 or so miles cause the joints seized in the sockets.
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I just replaced mine this past weekend. And OMG it is so much better now.
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where can i find this guy mike i need some endlinks my driver front side is broke off
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I just replaced mine this past weekend. And OMG it is so much better now.
2 years and 3 months later, I am gonna go with the Moogs this weekend.
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The Moogs are good but kind of pricey. If you want to save a few dollars try the Duralast units from Autozone. They cost about half as much, have a lifetime warranty, and can also be greased if needed.
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I got a pretty good price on the Moogs.

I just did them tonight in less than an hour.

They are a really good looking product and work great.
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I went with the MOOG endlinks. They were specifically designed because of the clunking and only 17 a piece on rock auto
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