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Parts for Sale: Original sway bar end links, one pairView Advert Original sway bar end links, one pair Nice set of original sway bar end links for sale (one pair). These came off the front bar of a 1974 260Z, IIRC. The end link "spacer" measures approximately 1.75"; so you should be able to determine if these can be used on your application. (May also work with the stock rear sway bar; but I haven't had the stock rear bar in a long time, so I really can't give any useful info here.) These come with black PU bushings. $20 shipped anywhere in the U.S. Thanks for looking. Advertiser jhm Date 10/21/2019 Price $20.00 Category Parts for Sale
Difficult time fitting swaybar end links
AlbatrossCafe posted a topic in Suspension & SteeringHey guys, I'm wondering if there is something weird going on with my swaybar end links. I recently completed a total overhaul of suspension. I'm using TTT arms front rear, TTT tension rods, and Stance coilovers with camber plates all around. I got new sway bar end links & bushings from MSA as well. In the front, I'm having a difficult time fitting the end links into the swaybar. If I REALLY force it I can get it in there, but that seems wrong. I don't know if they should be under that much stress. It also seems like my suspension travel might be affected based on how freakin stiff these end links seem to be. Am I gonna break something by forcing the end links into the swaybar? These are the arms I have in front: https://technotoytuning.com/nissan/280z/front-lower-control-arms-240z-260z-280z The end link is already on the "inside" setting of control arm and the control arm is already set to as narrow track-width as possible. Check these pics. These are the Z at just a hair above stock ride height. The end links are still solid 1" away from the hole: