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Old 09-24-2012, 09:54 PM   #1
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Rear sway bar end links and bushings.

I have a 2009 coupe and I was wanting to replace the rear sway bar end links with some poly ones. I was also looking at replacing the bushings, but when i look around at some of the different sites they dont seem to have what i am looking for. So i was wondering if these would work for our years of car?

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Old 09-25-2012, 06:52 AM   #2
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they have to be universal from energy suspension or whomever you ever like.
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Old 09-25-2012, 07:06 AM   #3
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the bushings should work. we have a 20mm bar. as for the endlinks im not too sure. but i bought endliks for an asvt and they work so who knows
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Sugested solution

What I did with my ford aspire was I went to Moog's web site and found their p/n and went to NAPA's web site and converted the p/n and then call the counter for a stock check. This was for lower control arm bushings but I had them in my hand in about two and a half hours start to finish. I am not endorsing either of these vendors just trying to offer a method to resolve your problem.
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I don't suppose anyone would know where I could get a set of Bushing Brackets would they... Not to hijack the thread or anything. Here is an idea of what I am looking for... Greasable would be tits.


Brackets by DarderSauce, on Flickr

^^ Can't really seem to find any that I KNOW will work. Oh btw, my swaybar is 20mm
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Ha ha for some reason they were the last place I thought to look. The only thing with that is I don't think they have greasable brackets.
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Yeah I do not believe they are greasseable. BUTTTTT..... if you go to a hardware store and get the zerk fittings, you can just drill and tap them and BAM, greaseable
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Yeah I do not believe they are greasseable. BUTTTTT..... if you go to a hardware store and get the zerk fittings, you can just drill and tap them and BAM, greaseable
.... touché sir
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