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Recommend to me some high quality sway bar end links

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by derekjl, Aug 11, 2018.

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  1. derekjl

    derekjl Full Access Member

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    My stock ones are shot, 1995 Tahoe with 70k miles. Front ones look pretty rotted out, might as well do the back at the same time. Stupid question, but are there TWO in the back? Every catalogue I see only shows one in the pictures. Please recommend to me some high quality replacements. I hear good things about MOOG but I also see some not so great reviews on them. Thanks!
     
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    Rocket Man Build It Better Supporting Member

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    Energy suspension. If they don't list the exact end links for your application, download their catalog and look under standard or universal end links and order by length.
     
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    There should be two for each bar, one at each end. Since it will be taken down, don’t forget the bushings at the front stabilizer bar brackets where they connect to the frame. Not sure how it is configured in the rear, but you might as well do it all.


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    I have Moog sway bar end links on mine and I have had no troubles. I have the Energy Suspension greaseable sway bar bushings. This is all for the front.
     
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    Joshua Dye TYF Newbie

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    There aren't any sway bar links in the rear because there is no sway bar on a 95 Tahoe 2 door with 4 wheel drive. I was wondering the same thing. I have alot of body roll. Thinking of fabricating something.
     
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    That has been done before but you have to have a talent and patience for it. I have done it for customers on their rigs but never for your year and model.
     
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