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P/N for Energy Suspension rear sway bar endlinks?

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Anyone have a P/N for the Energy Suspension rear sway bar endlinks? (aka the bushings at each end of the sway bar). I have the correct P/N for the front ones but not the back. My car is the one in the sig- I have the stock sway bar not the larger one.
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Buy the bolts from the Dealer, or re-use them. Then buy the universal kit from ES that has the 8 bushings and washers. They don't have a kit for the rear for us. We just build our own. About 5 of us have done this with the rear now. Works great.
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Yup, the kit # is 9.8105RC. I did the front and noticed a huge difference, especially in the quietness of the ride. No more shaking/rattling. I will do the rears very soon.
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Thanks guys, that'* just the info I was looking for. This plus new struts should make a nice difference in handling.

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This thread has all the information you need, including part numbers:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=5791
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Did my rear endlinks today. Man what a PITA to get those old ones off! It took me an hour for one, and a few minutes for the other one once I knew how I could get it off better. Once off, the new ones went on very smoothly. Nice difference..took a 45 degree turn at 75mph, man that felt Goooood! Can't wait for struts myself.
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