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Old 08-07-2006, 12:04 AM   #11
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those look just like mine did... was the one that snaped on the drivers side?
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ha I had one of mine snap and I didn't notice for a few days when I finally got down on the ground and looked and I only had 1 half left on the drivers side I think it was.

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Oddly enough, it was the driver side
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Yes, I did the work, but I did have my boyfriend helping me.
Awesome, I'm sure your boyfriend enjoyed it. I know there'* nothing (well.almost nothing ) I enjoy more than spending time with my wife working on the car or Jeep.


I have to get around to switching out my sway bar endlinks. I know the ones on my Jeep were a snap to replace, of course the Jeeps alot scarier to drive without them.
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Mine quite literally fragmented while doing the balljoints this past weekend. Incredible how brittle they get.
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As far as I know, my rear end links are still OEM and not snapped......messed up huh? LOL
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Most of the "sway" is done up front where the pressure is from turning.

LilSis had both sides snapped off and never knew it.
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mine went on passenger side, didnt know it until my mechanic pointed it out. he fixed it for 35 dollars. while he was changing tranny fluid.
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huh..looks just like mine before i changed em...

same kine deal
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