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Old 05-07-2014, 12:42 PM   #15
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The BMR Endlinks and braces would be my suggestion as well. Let me know if I can answer any questions for you and thanks to those who recommended us!

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Old 05-07-2014, 12:55 PM   #16
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what's the benefit of the sway bar endlinks anyways? I just replaced my front driver side because it was bent for some reason. I replaced it with an OEM one.
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Old 05-07-2014, 01:07 PM   #17
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what's the benefit of the sway bar endlinks anyways? I just replaced my front driver side because it was bent for some reason. I replaced it with an OEM one.
The factory 10-11 endlinks are weak and can bend and break, and can also deflect causing the sway bars to feel softer than they really are. Ultimately they will make your sway bars more effective.

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what about the adjustable ones? what would it do when you decide to make it shorter than the stock ones for your sway bars?
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When chaining end links, is it necessary to get an alignment?
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what about the adjustable ones? what would it do when you decide to make it shorter than the stock ones for your sway bars?
It makes no difference, you just want them to be exactly the same length left-to-right. We always recommend setting them to the same exact length as the OEM links.
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When chaining end links, is it necessary to get an alignment?
No alignment is necessary when changing end links or sway bars. As stated above, just make sure the end links are set to the same length as the OEM links.
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Old 05-07-2014, 01:35 PM   #22
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So the main idea is just replacing the oem ones with a more durable link?
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Old 05-07-2014, 02:54 PM   #23
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what about the adjustable ones? what would it do when you decide to make it shorter than the stock ones for your sway bars?
The adjustability is there to remove any potential pre-load from the sway bars. Basically, you'll set one to OEM length and install one on one side. You will then lower the car back down on it's own weight on a LEVEL surface, adjust the length of the opposing side endlink so that you can install it without using any force.
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So the main idea is just replacing the oem ones with a more durable link?
For the most part yes, and the ability to remove pre-load as I spoke about above.

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I went with the BMR endlinks. I was getting a knocking and squeaking sound from the rear come to find out the stock endlinks were bad
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Nope not at all.

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Great, once I pay off my new desktop and the trip to Texas I will get in touch to place an order with you guys.

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Great, once I pay off my new desktop and the trip to Texas I will get in touch to place an order with you guys.



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Sounds good! It was great meeting you by the way!

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Sounds good! It was great meeting you by the way!

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It was great meeting you too and to finally put a face to the name.

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