With my car being lowered and the control arms being higher than they were stock, should I shorten my endlinks?
I figure the end of the front control arms are about 2" higher than they were before. Where the endlinks bolt to the front control arm will be somewhere between 1 and 2" taller if I'm remembering where they bolt correctly. (I would measure how far the endlink and end of the control arm are to piviot point to actually figure that out.) So, that puts the end of the sway bars 1" or so higher.
I have the energy suspension endlinks in the front. The spacer they have in the middle could easily be cut shorter and the threads of the bolt go down pretty far too.
So what do you guys think?
As for the rear, the endlinks are shorter if I remember correctly and there is no spacer? Maybe soemthing similar could be done but I'll have to look at it since my memory is failing me.