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#1 Old 10-13-2012, 04:38 PM
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Need help. Front endlinks. Grrrrr....

So Im kind of stuck atm...

Im trying to replace my front endlinks along with front sway bar and these oem links are a PITA!

I used a socket on the one side next to the tire but the other side just has 4 bumps and no bolt???
I have it loose but will not come off!

Any info guys?

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You WILL break them removing them.

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Yeah I broke em off. Oh well now I'm styling with Cobb front and rear sways with hc end links. Thanks for replying Paul.

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Eff it.... they aren't worth 2 poops anyways. No prob

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The back ones came off without a hitch but the front ones ended with a grinder and a pair of vice grips. Not to mention removing the front sway bar just as much of a pain the remove as well. But it all paid off in the end. .

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You're going to have fun adjusting the bars to your liking (I did).

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Ah, you should have skimmed my how to before starting. I show you how to remove it properly and if you break it.

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^ yeah I started with the back ones first so I thought the front ones would have been a cake walk also.. boy was I wrong. It handles so much better now since the upgrade.

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