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Old 02-24-2005, 02:00 AM   #1
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Default My rear ES end links are on!

Just like the title, I put on my end links today. I did not notice much of a change in its ride, although the fronts were a charm. I bought some grade 8 carriage bolts which were a perfect match, to replace my rusty ones. Cost me much less than dealer prices.
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Make sure you don't have any exposed threads that can wear the inside of the bushings, and other than that, I think you'll notice it more with rear passengers or 'junk in da trunk'. Good work!


What condition are your rear struts in? If they're SUPER bad, you might not notice the rear links.
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I do not have exposed threads, I made certain of that.

I think my rear struts are pretty bad, although they never seem to run (air wise). I can take corners quite well now, and will probably wait on a strut install, and will consider not doing KYB gr2'*, and leave my elc with monroes maybe.
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