Progress sway and RB end links install

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roadster_nh
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Progress sway and RB end links install

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I'm installing progress sways and RB end links -- wondering how important it is for the arms to be parallel to the ground. If it is important, I don't see how that's going to happen unless I'm doing something wrong. Picture below shows car on stands with only one end link connected.

Does everything here look correct?
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njaremka
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Re: Progress sway and RB end links install

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The way the NC bar is designed, it just isn't going to happen. Just make sure there isn't any twist in the bar when the car is sitting on the ground.
morrisg
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Re: Progress sway and RB end links install

Post by morrisg »

Because the end links are ball joints, there won't be any bind up if you tighten them while the suspension is in full droop and then put the car back on the ground when finished. No problems, finish up and enjoy!
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