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Old 09-10-2007, 02:00 PM   #1
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my sway bar links and bushings are starting to clunk and have play, are there any recomened upgrades or would local parts store replacements be ok,
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Front center links can be found on Advance auto'* (parts america) website. McQuay Norris makes a urethane one.

End links.. front and rear are Energy Suspension part number 9.8120 and 9.8105. Then get 2 - 3 1/2" bolts and nylock nuts to replace your rear bolts. (Autozone)

Those parts work very well for stiffening up and fixing broken parts.
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Did you try a search? This is a common request.

Try this thread (one of many): Need a part number for Energy endlinks....

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Here'* one of many good posts in that thread:
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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thanks for the info...now what diameter do i get from parts america for the front and rear, or does that vary by vehicle there'* 4 different ones for the front and 2 for the rear...if it does vary, i'll have to crawl under and measure the bar
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Just get the Energy Suspension part numbers listed above and you'll be set.

Or, if you mean for the actual swaybar bushings, I'd have to suggest crawling under there and measuring the diameter of your sway bars. That way you won't be wrong.
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Tell us if you have FE1 or FE2 listed on your RPO label.
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