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NC Endlinks

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Hello! I know this topic may have been covered before but hopefully the Subject name will make it easier for others to find information they are looking for... I have a 2008 NC1 lowered as much as possible on BC Coil overs, and I have installed the Progress Technologies front and rear swaybars.... my oem endlinks are ruined and its time to order new endlinks... I am debating between the "PowerGrid Miata Endlinks - FRONT SHORT" + "PowerGrid Miata Endlinks - Rear" OR TWO of the "Whiteline MX5 SHORT swaybar Endlinks" My concern is that the PowerGrid REAR endlinks do not specify whether not they are compatible with a very low car, and the Whiteline SHORT end links do not specify whether they are for front or rear... any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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Great picture. Between those two choices...I prefer the Whiteline.
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Okay, I will get 2 of the Whiteline MX5 SHORT Sway Bar Endlinks. but my original question was if these work for both the front AND back.. The catalog does not specify. Thanks!
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Yes, the short version will work rear.
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Do they also work for the front?
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porterhousestk wrote:Do they also work for the front?
See description for those on the site, depends on how low you go...
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The description DOES NOT SPECIFY.
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porterhousestk wrote:The description DOES NOT SPECIFY.

What I see looking at the description for the short version is: "This is a choice only for customers very lowered, typically for customers lowered 2 inches or more."
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I'm sorry.. I'm just having a hard time explaining my confusion. I guess what I'm trying to ask is: what is the difference between a front and rear sway bar endlink? Are they the same?
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Same product...just different stud lengths needed as car gets lower.
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