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Old 09-29-2013, 01:43 AM   #71
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Quick question. I have the rear end links and one of them had the boot come slightly undone and I guess all the grease "leaked" out causing it to become noisy. My question is, can I use a syringe to inject grease into the boot and fix it, or do you guys just sell one of the ends separately?
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:20 AM   #72
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Quick question. I have the rear end links and one of them had the boot come slightly undone and I guess all the grease "leaked" out causing it to become noisy. My question is, can I use a syringe to inject grease into the boot and fix it, or do you guys just sell one of the ends separately?
How long has it been in service?
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Old 09-29-2013, 10:02 PM   #73
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How long has it been in service?
Around 10k miles, installed them less than a year ago.
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Old 09-29-2013, 10:08 PM   #74
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Around 10k miles, installed them less than a year ago.
It sounds like warranty replacement. We'll need to know if it is a left or right hand thread ball-joint and the studs size 10 or 12mm. Send me an email with you name, address, phone and email along with your purchase information.

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Old 09-29-2013, 10:27 PM   #75
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Do you have the larger bolts to fit the 1LE struts and sways, I would not want a smaller SS link bolt.
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:14 PM   #76
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Do you have the larger bolts to fit the 1LE struts and sways, I would not want a smaller SS link bolt.
Absolutely. 12mm Studs CAM-SW-LINK-F-12X2 In-Stock.
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:54 PM   #77
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I just got these installed today. they said they installed them a little shorter than stock. Is this ok and what are the positive and negatives of doing this. My car is lowered on pfadt springs.
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Old 10-08-2013, 10:13 PM   #78
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I just got these installed today. they said they installed them a little shorter than stock. Is this ok and what are the positive and negatives of doing this. My car is lowered on pfadt springs.
With an after market bar, the same as the noise level, none
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Old 10-16-2013, 03:44 PM   #79
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Pete,

Now instead of clunking noise, I hear a hollow sound like wood hitting over the slightest small bumps. What could this be? I'ts annoying
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Now instead of clunking noise, I hear a hollow sound like wood hitting over the slightest small bumps. What could this be? I'ts annoying
1. Is the noise in the front or rear?
2. Did the noise start immediately upon install or did it take a few days and miles to start?
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1. Is the noise in the front or rear?
2. Did the noise start immediately upon install or did it take a few days and miles to start?
Its in both front and rear and yes took 2-3 days. Around 40 miles. Before I put the endlinks on when I hit small bumps it sounded like the car was falling apart underneath.
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Its in both front and rear and yes took 2-3 days. Around 40 miles. Before I put the endlinks on when I hit small bumps it sounded like the car was falling apart underneath.
If it took a couple of days to start, re-tighten everything. I am thinking one of the lock nuts on the endlink shaft is a bit loose.
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If it took a couple of days to start, re-tighten everything. I am thinking one of the lock nuts on the endlink shaft is a bit loose.
can you post a pics of where this would be on both front and rear?
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can you post a pics of where this would be on both front and rear?

The jam nuts , lock nuts on the adjustable endlink threaded rods where they butt up to the ball joint aluminum casting.

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