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Old 06-08-2007, 05:21 PM   #1
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For front and rear Energy suspension endlinks. I tried searching, but had no luck. Anyone care to share the numbers with me?
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Assuming that my setup is the same as your 92 you will need the Energy Suspension kit # 9.8120RC for the front. And the rear will need to be put together with Energy Suspension kit # 9.8105R & 3.5” 3/8 bolt (x 2) with 3/8 lock nuts (x 4) form a local hardware store. Or even Lowes will have the hardware.

Look at this old thread for more info


I did the front end links on my car months b4 I did the rear and OMG what a difference it made. Still the best $20 I feel I ever spent on this car You’ll be very happy with the results.

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Awesome. can anyone confirm that part number for the '92-95?
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Here'* one with the info verified by willwren..........

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Awesome thanks. Here is another question. Does Energy sell the sway bar bushings that attach the swaybar to the subframe, if so, I will need that P/N also.
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Energy suspension doesn't make anything that fits. If you look at that link I provided Willwren covers this on page 2. But I've wanting to replace my inner sway bar bushing sand once I get a hold of a pair of OEM rubber ones I'm going to look them over and see if I can mill a notch into the Energy Suspension'* bushing to work. Or try to come up better fix then using the OEM rubber bushings.

EDIT - After looking at the pictures in that thread a little better it looks like the notch doesn't cut into the bushing itself. Screw it maybe I'll just try to make something outta brass or aluminum at work.



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Awesome thanks. Here is another question. Does Energy sell the sway bar bushings that attach the swaybar to the subframe, if so, I will need that P/N also.
You must be thinking of the front bar center links...

For the center links, go to advance auto and get

McQuay-Norris( These are for the 32 mm front bar )
FA7247

The box will have both bushings, and they are Poly instead or rubber... You'll have fun cranking down on them... Trust me...LOL

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And those are confirmed by Don, and also myself (thanks for sending me a set, partner) as correct for the FE2/F41 front swaybar centerlinks. Good quality red polyurethane. I have yet to install mine. But I checked the diameter.
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Installed the endlinks today. I went with the TRW Poly HD ones. I CANNOT believe the difference in how it handles. It is amazing!
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Worth every penny wasn't it

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