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#16 Old 04-08-2014, 09:07 AM
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^I agree with that 110%. Everything I read they said not to put it on jack stands. I researched very hard and thoroughly before I did the install to avoid issues. With the internet and forums with people posting DIY threads you can really learn a lot of what to do and not to do.

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Hmmm.. didn't have any problems with install on jacks?
You would think it would be harder with weight on the wheels.

I'll keep that in mind.
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The end links have weight on them when you have the wheels in the air hanging. That's maybe why you had a hard time with the front end links. The sway bars and end links don't have a force on them when the wheels are on the ground and straight. They only have force when turning.

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The end links have weight on them when you have the wheels in the air hanging. That's maybe why you had a hard time with the front end links. The sway bars and end links don't have a force on them when the wheels are on the ground and straight. They only have force when turning.
Well that makes sense why it was such a pain. Good to know thanks man.
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Two of my wrx buddy's had those. They fell apart within a year. Properly taken care of too. And another friend of mine who has a perf webstore clearly stated they have air bubbles in them and don't last. I personally haven't used them but I know I'm going w superpro sways, kb end links


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Well,PERSONALLY I have used them and with 11yrs and 90,000mi on the steering rack bushings and 14,000mi in 18 months in my end links. I replaced the stockers when I snapped a front one and ovaled the holes on the rear, all on the stock sways!


pic taken about 10 days ago with suspension at full droop. Yup,looks good to me. I'll be sure and post the second they fail. I hope you're young. This may take a while.

All right, where is the distributor cap? I need to find the #1 plug wire to hook up my SUN machine.
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I have CUSCO sways front and rear. Epic
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