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Built for extreme driving conditions, this vehicle is engineered in the USA
You may need to replace your sway bar links if you hear clunking noises during turns and bumps, your steering wheel is loose or misaligned, your handling is poor, and there is noticeable damage to the suspension system.
Questions & Answers
The 2005 Pacifica 3 may be compatible with this. Does 5L work?
Greetings, that will be the case. Thanks for your kind words.
Is this part suitable for a 2005 Chrysler Grand Voyager How many litres?
Please accept my apologies, this will not work. Thanks for your kind words.
What size will this fit in my ?
Hello, the answer is yes. Thanks for your kind words.
Selected User Reviews For (2) Front Sway Bar Links FITS Chrysler Dodge Honda Acura
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| Jul 24, 2020
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**IF YOU FIND THIS REVIEW TO BE HELPFUL, PLEASE RAISE IT TO A HELPFUL STATUS. After reading reviews from people who purchased this item and were experiencing a backing off of the nut, I bought it for my 2009 Acura MDX
I read that some were experiencing a similar problem. It is still in my possession because they did not properly torque or use thread locker on it. In this post, I'll tell you about my experience installing the item and the preparation I did to prepare it. I. - br>1. In the absence of this, you will have to use a socket and a open end wrench as the ball joint will just rotate without any assistance. 3.
4. Get rid of the black paint on the threaded area where the nut will sit with a wire wheel or brush. 1. 2. 3. You will want to use some brake cleaner only on the metal threads to make sure there is no dirt or grease left. 3.
This number will bring you to the orange thread locker B07R6B87S5 if you enter it in the search box. Purchase of this item is not recommended. The moog bars are a better option or, if you intend to keep your vehicle for a long time, just buy the OEM bar. Due to the fact that it's been installed for only one week, I cannot say how long the bars will last. It is true that usually I would have reused the stock nut and that would've solved most of the problems with the part, but this one does not, it is quite There are many reputable aftermarket manufacturers that use the same thread size and bolt thickness as the original manufacturers. *The only reason I didn't return it was because the return date was past. Observe what I did and do not make the same mistake. Those who complain about the negative reviews are right.
| Mar 30, 2021
I don't understand why stabilizer bars don't have a nut on the back of them, which is possible to hold on to when taking them off
Since they don't have a nut, I understand the fit. I have had aftermarket versions that will do this, but these do not have them. So, in years to come, assuming the car is still there when you need to replace them, they will be rusted and you will have to use the 6mm allen wrench to remove them.
| Nov 13, 2020
But nuts are cheap so they'll do the job fine
It appears well constructed, but the rubber boot is somewhat sketchy and doesn't appear capable of holding up to wear and grease for very It was difficult to isolate one of them once they started rattling. It was a gentle one, and I was able to loosen it within a week. As soon as you jack up the car, take off the tire, and remove the sway bar, you'll notice it's loose. If you jack up the A arm next, you'll see that it is indeed loose. Those cheap nuts can be locked tight with lock tight if you have one. As a whole they were able to complete the task and if they failed prematurely, I will alter this review. There is an advantage to these bars that is they are easier to remove than the original Honda sway bars because the rear nut gives you something to grip with a wrench if you need to take them out. I say, "Hallelujah!".
| Mar 17, 2021
I installed them on my 2009 Chrysler Town & Country I didn't do struts at the same time, but I wish I had
That was my choice. Live and learn. Overall, I saw a reduction in noise from my front end. All the parts of the system worked as intended. It was easy to install, but to get the old ones out can be a hassle. It is recommended to have a sawzall, hacksaw, or torch handy in case you need to cut the old ones.
| Apr 29, 2021
They perform the functions for which they were created
It appears that the post office handled the box poorly, so it was pretty mangled. The sway bar links were okay, but there were not many supporting materials Having popped the bubble, the safety device was activated. It is the right product for what I need, and I'm glad to have it. Although I almost returned it due to the way the part arrived at my home (it came in a box that was too large for these parts, leaving the sway bar links to bounce and possibly tear. Except for that, this is a 5 star rating!.
| Dec 17, 2020
There are no hex threads on this light duty tool
There appeared to be very little duty on these. In contrast, the DIA of the new bar was significantly smaller than that of the original. Additionally, it would be challenging to remove or install them with a socket when there is no hex on top of the ball joint to prevent the screw from spinning.
| May 12, 2021
Parts that are made by original equipment manufacturers
A perfect fit as if it were an OEM part.
| Apr 27, 2021