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    Default Broken end link

    My front drivers side end link broke for the sway bar. I have my coilovers set at 2.5"' is there a longer end link or should i just replace with standard size?

    Thanks, Dave
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    Default Re: Broken end link

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunhouse View Post
    My front drivers side end link broke for the sway bar. I have my coilovers set at 2.5"' is there a longer end link or should i just replace with standard size?

    Thanks, Dave
    If you go with a longer set of end links what are you going to do with the other one that is not broken? I have one broken and am looking for another one - maybe we could work out a deal?
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