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Old 09-12-2007, 09:54 AM   #11
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92-99 Run $35 for everything in the NE area.

However.. Tom.. I changed mine and others as well with great differences even without them being worn out.
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Weird thing is I did the front first...waited on the rear a day and did them, and I noticed a huge difference with the rear, more so than the front....kinda odd.
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Not odd at all. Every H body here will notice more improvement from beefing up the rear than the front.
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X2 I agree.
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Does anyone sell a kit for larger sway bars or anti-sway bars if you call them that? Havent come across any in my searches. Or are the stockers plenty big and just need and upgrade on end links?
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Energy Suspension Part Number: 9.8120
Is this the same for front and back or do both sets come in the one kit?
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I'd like to replace the front endlinks on my 99, but when I Google the Energy Suspension part number Willren listed in his post some time ago, I don't get hits on anything except reference back to this forum.. There is an Energy Suspension website I checked but it only lists for older RWD Bonnevilles. Have the parts numbers changed or am I missing something?
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Go to Autozone and buy them off the shelf. The numbers I posted.
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Barry, do as willwren says.

Plus, just FYI, you can look at this thread, where I posted a link to the energy suspension site that lists them: (along with a good bit of the info from that site)

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...=941128#941128

Or go directly to the site:

http://www.energysuspension.com/pages/endl.html

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Energy Suspension Part Number: 9.8120
Is this the same for front and back or do both sets come in the one kit?
Yes, it'* the same front and back; two kits.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...c.php?p=617278
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