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Old 02-03-2014, 07:41 PM   #169
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Here a pic of the old and new end link can see how much thicker the 1le is compare to the standard SS . Hope I got he right end link it see that no one has mention getting bolt and any help will be appreciated
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Old 02-11-2014, 08:35 AM   #170
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Hi, just making sure that i'm ordering the correct parts and do i need to add anything else. I have already purchased the rear sway bar from another C5 member.

I have a 2011 2LT/RS and I'm wanting to go with the ZL1 set up vs the 1LE. I'm only interested in the sway bar aspect. I also have H&R lowering springs on order as well.

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22842517 - ZL1 sway bar
22761221 - Rear sway bar links (2)
20942237 - Rear lower control arms (2)

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Old 02-11-2014, 10:57 AM   #171
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Hi, just making sure that i'm ordering the correct parts and do i need to add anything else. I have already purchased the rear sway bar from another C5 member.

I have a 2011 2LT/RS and I'm wanting to go with the ZL1 set up vs the 1LE. I'm only interested in the sway bar aspect. I also have H&R lowering springs on order as well.

Parts ordering:
22842517 - ZL1 sway bar
22761221 - Rear sway bar links (2)
20942237 - Rear lower control arms (2)

Thanks a mil!
I would upgrade the front end links too, they are far from robust. The newer 12mm stud type are much thicker and stronger.
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Old 02-11-2014, 11:01 AM   #172
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I'm having an issued I'm installing 1le front sway bar and notice the end link are thicker , from reading here people are mentioning the bolt are 12mm for the end link ,I have a 2010 with 10mm , anyways my issue is I don't have 12mm bolt does anyone the the pn # for the bolts ?
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Ok so I have to drill a larger hole where the upper end link connects to the strut bracket part since is made for a 10mm on my coilovers .
Yes you will have to drill out the endlink mount on you coil overs. As far as the nuts for the end links just go to you local hardware and fasteners shop, and ask for four 12mm class 10.9 locking nuts. Flanged if you can, if not just get washers to go with.
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Old 02-11-2014, 11:09 AM   #173
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Well, that's about $2250 not counting the wheels and tires, 1LE package is a pretty good deal overall....
I am pretty sure that if you have a '12 or '13 that you just need the rear shocks and sway bars to go from FE4 to FE6 (+ wheels/tire of course). I checked my cradle bushings in my SS and they are the same part number I have seen for the 1LE as well.
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Old 02-11-2014, 12:03 PM   #174
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I would upgrade the front end links too, they are far from robust. The newer 12mm stud type are much thicker and stronger.
Awesome! Thanks so much!
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Old 06-12-2014, 02:28 PM   #175
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Nak3dsnake I need help. Hope you can assist me.

I own a 2013 1LE with 5000 miles never tracked , never abused. I upgraded most of my suspension for Pfadt components . So since I don't have pave in my garage and to make extra money to pay the mortgage I put my take off 1LE parts for sale .

This is the link
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=362966

1. Front Sway bar
2. Front End links
3. Rear sway bar
4. Rear trailing arms
5. Rear tie rods
6. Front shocks
7. Rear struts
8. Front & rear springs
9.1LE PCV oil kit
10. Eibach 1inch drop springs

I like to be very honest with the parts I sell cause I like to be treated right as well and with honesty. So my question here is the owner owns a 2013 V6. Will there be any other components that he needs in order for this parts to fit?

I kept my stock rear end links in the car . Someone was telling me that the V6 would need shock mounts or anything else !???

If this person buys my parts what else does he needs to make the parts fit with no problems he already upgrade to the 1LE brakes which I know are same as any other SS just red calipers .
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Old 06-13-2014, 10:14 PM   #176
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Nak3dsnake I need help. Hope you can assist me.

I own a 2013 1LE with 5000 miles never tracked , never abused. I upgraded most of my suspension for Pfadt components . So since I don't have pave in my garage and to make extra money to pay the mortgage I put my take off 1LE parts for sale .

This is the link
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=362966

1. Front Sway bar
2. Front End links
3. Rear sway bar
4. Rear trailing arms
5. Rear tie rods
6. Front shocks
7. Rear struts
8. Front & rear springs
9.1LE PCV oil kit
10. Eibach 1inch drop springs

I like to be very honest with the parts I sell cause I like to be treated right as well and with honesty. So my question here is the owner owns a 2013 V6. Will there be any other components that he needs in order for this parts to fit?

I kept my stock rear end links in the car . Someone was telling me that the V6 would need shock mounts or anything else !???

If this person buys my parts what else does he needs to make the parts fit with no problems he already upgrade to the 1LE brakes which I know are same as any other SS just red calipers .
The only thing he would need would be to buy new rear endlinks to work with the FE6 sway bars and the rear shock mounts. The rear shock mounts aren't required but the bushings are different. If he has a 2013 then he already as the proper lower control arms. If he already has brembos then he should have zero clearance issues with the rear sway bar. The rear cradle bushing on the 1LE package are much harder but it isn't worth all the work to upgrade them to 1LE bushings with the aftermarket inserts or bushing kits available. Thats up to him though but I would go aftermarket personally. I went with Pedders.
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Old 06-14-2014, 08:22 AM   #177
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The only thing he would need would be to buy new rear endlinks to work with the FE6 sway bars and the rear shock mounts. The rear shock mounts aren't required but the bushings are different. If he has a 2013 then he already as the proper lower control arms. If he already has brembos then he should have zero clearance issues with the rear sway bar. The rear cradle bushing on the 1LE package are much harder but it isn't worth all the work to upgrade them to 1LE bushings with the aftermarket inserts or bushing kits available. Thats up to him though but I would go aftermarket personally. I went with Pedders.
Any suggestions on which new rear endlinks I should get?

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Old 06-14-2014, 11:09 PM   #178
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Any suggestions on which new rear endlinks I should get?

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I would just go with the 1LE/ZL1 rear end links. The only company that I'm aware of that makes aftermarket rear endlinks for FE5/FE6 rear sway bars is Hotchkis. The Hotchkis end links however only fit the rear Hotchkis FE5/FE6 sway bar, they will not work with the GM bars or other aftermarket bars. I don't believe there has been a need for an aftermarket alternative with the new style end links. There are many owners on Camaro5 running big rear bars with the OEM ones.
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Old 06-15-2014, 06:27 AM   #179
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LSR makes adjustable endlinks if you wanted them. I run them. they are pictured here.

http://www.lsrperformance.com/2012-u...-endlinks.html
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Old 06-15-2014, 08:02 AM   #180
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The adjustability is nice, but the split rubber(?) bushings at the end will compromise the bar's stiffness somewhat and may become a "wear part".

I'm betting that they ride a little nicer than rod-ended endlinks, though.


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Old 06-15-2014, 08:31 AM   #181
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Actually there is no split rubber, those are covers for the joint. There are inserts that are solid that mount to the bar and control arm
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I stand corrected. Thanks.

Perhaps lsrperformance should point that out in their advertising . . .


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