Driveworks chassis parts help to eliminate front-end vibration, shimmy and unsafe handling. Driveworks chassis parts meet OE specifications, help ensure improved steering response and reduce tire wear.
Gas shielded welding reinforcement ensure the safety of driving under poor road conditions
Wrench flats at the base of the stud allow for the use of sockets for easy installation
Please follow the below instructions to install the Sway bar link kit
1. Loosen the lug nuts for the wheels. Lift the end of the car where you are replacing the sway bar link and lower it onto a pair of jack stands. In other words, if you are replacing the front sway bar links, lift the front of the vehicle. Remove the lug nuts and the wheels. 2. Locate the sway bar and the end link. The sway bar will be the thin, tubular length of metal that goes from one side of the car to the other. The end link is a short (five to ten inches) rod that goes from the sway bar to the suspension. 3. Remove the nut that holds the end link to the sway bar with a socket and a ratchet. Withdraw the end link from the bar. Remove the nut or bolt that holds the opposite end of the link to the suspension. Remove the end link from the suspension. 4. Install the new end link onto the suspension. Install the opposite end onto the sway bar. Tighten the hardware at either end with a socket and a ratchet. 5. Install the new end link on the other side of the car. Reinstall the wheels and the lug nuts. Lower the car to the ground. Tighten the lug nuts. The tools that are required to install are Floor jack, Jack stands and Socket set and ratchet.
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