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#16 HDWildBill OFFLINE  

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Posted February 15, 2013 - 04:54 PM

An Update on the Stabilizer links,  They weren't to bad to change out the hardest part was breaking the lower part free especially on the right side.  Here are some Pic's of the old ones, they were pretty well shot. It feels good when you learn something new, Thanks to everyone for the help

 

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PS: I did check the ball joints and they were nice and tight, rubber in good shape. 



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Posted February 16, 2013 - 09:39 AM

Ditto, plus get the good Moog or AC Delco ones that are greaseable! Auto zone and many other part stores that offer "life time replacement" are great if you don't mine replacing them every two years. I use site below if you need shocks, brake or suspension parts, all high end at every good prices,    http://www.justsuspe...CFQjf4Aod93MALA

depends on which style links you are talking about  if it's a bolt and sleeve with 4 bushings there is nothing "to" grease;

but if they are like newer Taurus, Intrepid and many minivans have they have what looks like little "tie rod ends" where they attach if thats the case then yeah it is good to get the type that is greaseable....






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