- Mar 16, 2020
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Just had my truck at service and the sway bar end links went bad on it. I been searching for aftermarket ones with no luck. Does anyone know if they are even available aftermarket ones ?
Hellwig makes a set of adjustable links(very beffy) . They sell with there sway bar #7883 but not sure if they sell separately. It says for lifted trucks but they adjust down to stock length without issue.Just had my truck at service and the sway bar end links went bad on it. I been searching for aftermarket ones with no luck. Does anyone know if they are even available aftermarket ones ?
After I lowered mine it got the Core 4x4 shorter end links as I wasn't sure about the Hellwig adjustables. I also installed Bilstein 4600 series in the rear, nice and planted now drives greatLOL I fixed it. Im going to order the hellwig and rear end links i did lower my truck 2 inches in the rear so this should compliment it nicely !!
I went up 3 1/2" in the front and did not replace the front end links and have no issues. I am not aware of any aftermarket front end links as of now.I am going up 3-1/2" in the front, does anyone make sway bar links for the front, or they not necessary in the 5th gen trucks? The SuspensionMaxx, Tough Country links only show fitment for the old body style. Can anyone confirm that the Suspension Maxx SMX-1300L would work in the front?
Replaced once at 6k, second time at 22k, and just went bad again at 29k.Front end links.. today was the 2nd time I've had my 5th gen in for this issue. 1st time was at 25k miles, now 2nd time was at 42k miles. Do these have a tendency to continually go bad.. The dealer said once they go bad due to the factory Rake... just was wondering how many more out there have this issue..
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