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 Post subject: Re: Install front swaybar on SH9
PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 1:11 pm 
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Vehicle: MY09 XT Premium

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Location: Australia
Yowie wrote:
The stock end links (both ends) are made of steel and look pretty good to me.

The rear stock links have been doing well on the thicker rear swaybar for some time.

"watch this space" in terms of longevity of the front stockers.


Yeah will be interesting to see if they do hold up. I was kinda surprised that the whiteline link failed on the rear even though it's a common thing. It broke at the weakest point so I'll see how the new set holds up. Not sure if they've made any changes to the production of these links so we'll see in due course!


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 Post subject: Re: Install front swaybar on SH9
PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 5:55 pm 
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Vehicle: MY10 XT SWP

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Yowie wrote:
The stock end links (both ends) are made of steel and look pretty good to me.

The rear stock links have been doing well on the thicker rear swaybar for some time.

"watch this space" in terms of longevity of the front stockers.


I've been running 24 front and 22 rear for years (3+) on the stock end links. Mine is lowered on Tein springs so its nice and soft and the endlinks do a lot of work when cornering.

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