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Well, I put a set of adjustable endlinks up front about 2 years ago, and because the rod ends were an aluminum construction, I was a teenee bit unsure how they'd hold up. Well, 2 years later, they look just as good as they did when I put them in, So I finally got around to making up the rear set and installing them.





Still a bit afraid to move the links to the inner hole on the swaybar though. I want to at least reinforce the brackets first.
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so did you make the endlinks? or did you buy em?
 

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he prob did make them my dad made me a pair for my go cart steering because i kept busting mine up everytime id hit a big pot hole.
 

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great-white said:
wanna make some more and sell some?

I could use some!!
I belive BIC makes them.

Did not mean to thred jack.

Jeremy
 

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Threaded rod - 3/8 x 24 x 3ft
Aluminum rod ends:
optional teflon lining
optional stud insert (3/8x24) x8
stainless or aluminum locknuts x8


AED Motorsport - 317-334-0569 - aedmotorsport.com
FK rod ends: part number ALJF6TY x 8
aluminum lock nuts: part number AJNRO6 x 8
 
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