short end links on progress sways

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na5tynat3
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short end links on progress sways

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are the shorter end links necessary when installing sway bar on a lowered car or can I put the sway bars on then install the end links at a later time?
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Re: short end links on progress sways

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Stock links work fine at stock heights
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Re: short end links on progress sways

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Sorry to bug. So at a lowered height I NEED the shorter endlinks. And if so how do you know how long or short to make them
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It's not that black and white. As you lower the car, the lower you go, the more you want the links to get bar ends level again for best geometry. For street cars not a big deal if it never gets done on lowered car, for track cars the most linear bar response will come with getting bar ends level.
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