(2) Suspension Stabilizer Bar Links FOR SILVERADO, ESCALADE, TAHOE, SIERRA, YUKON, K700538, K700432
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The shoes are going to fit fine, hello. Please accept my sincere thanks.
I am afraid that there is no fit for vehicles with lowered suspensions. Please accept my sincere thanks.
I believe that this is the correct part. Please check ASIN B0791LP9KN.
This should be a good match. This is no different from the GMC Sierra 4x4 I drive.
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I installed this on my 2012 Tahoe with no issues, but remember that the torque needs to be 20 ft-lbs It is best not to overtighten, as that will prematurely wear out the rubber bushings. The grease will allow things to move a bit and get settled in, as well as keep the rust away on the parts for a short period of time. Additionally, I used blue loctite because there is a good chance that the nut will come loose. Holding the nut with vice grips was a good idea. You will need to be careful not to get grease on the threads as that may cause the loctite to fail. It is recommended to replace everything at the same time, it will last longer. I changed the sway bar bushings as well, 7 dollar moog part.
These are the second set of factory replacements that I bought to replace my first set that lasted more than five The red Bushing is pretty and these ones seem heavy duty, but one of them already broke after six months. In response, I contacted customer service and asked if there was a way to obtain a Because I received a whole set of 8 for free, I am extremely satisfied, particularly since I now have lots of extras in case another one breaks. It is a great seller that stands behind its product and goes above and beyond to resolve.
It is an excellent product. My old one. Those on the 12th Escalade had been broken as you can see in the image. It took us 30 minutes to switch out. The update has been submitted for My Escalade went to Chicago and it was a pleasure to drive. I feel like I'm riding on clouds.
The way these are marketed, they are not safe for a vehicle weighing 7K lb. It is about a sheet of rolled metal that goes between two sets of bushings that collapsed on both sides. It is not welded or brazed and it is literally just a sheet of Both of them are in my pictures. In both cases, the torque wench was used to tighten it to 20 ft/lb as specified in the instructions. Make sure that you spend the extra 5 dollars per side to get something well-made. On the other hand, buyer.
Looks stronger than Factory OEM that uses a 15mm bolt and nut, you're going to need a 14mm and crescent wrench to install this one.
It was easy to install them and they look nice as well. As a result, I have a much smoother ride than before, considering I threw out my stock ones.
Having driven over 200,000 miles on the originals, they fell apart completely. If they were used as OEM parts, they would never have to be replaced. They are well constructed and extremely durable. It is very easy to install them!.