Stabilizer End Link
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Beck/Arnley Stabilizer End Link

Part No. 101-5277 Warranty Details  
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Reduces excessive body roll. Contributes to improved ride quality. Helps improve suspension performance for safer driving and turning capabilities.
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Bushings Included:Yes
Installation Hardware Included:Yes

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Beck/ArnleyStabilizer End Link
 
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1985-1986 MR2 only! REAR end links!

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Pros

  • Exact match to OEM rear

Cons

  • Falsely advertised fit
  • Fits only 1985-86
  • Fits only the REAR

Best Uses

  • Do not install in front

Comments about Beck/Arnley Stabilizer End Link:

This part is a perfect OEM replacement for the 1985-1986 Toyota MR2 rear stabilizer bar end links. REAR end links. ONLY the 1985-1986 Toyota MR2 had rear stabilizer bars or even the right brackets to mount one. This ad markets this part as a fit for 1985-1986 AND 1987-1989 Toyota MR2 (the latter of which is false). This ad does not specify that these are REAR end links. For replacement FRONT stabilizer bar end links that will fit your OEM strut and stabilizer bar, be sure that the part you find has both ball joints facing the same direction, similar to OEM (these are NOT for the FRONT).

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NOT exact! Too short & wrong fit.

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Pros

  • Inexpensive
  • Shiny

Cons

  • Ball-joints face opposite
  • Too Short

Best Uses

  • Hammer
  • Weapon

Comments about Beck/Arnley Stabilizer End Link:

I have searched "all of the Interwebs" and only these and the High & Tight looked like they would even work with OEM stabilizer bar. This part claims to be OEM exact replacement, but when I went to put them on, it was immediately obvious that they are shorter than OEM, and that the ball-joints face opposite directions, instead of the same direction. This meant that installing required having BOTH front wheels off, and mounting the upper ball joint is on the OUTSIDE of the bracket that of which the OEM was inside. Upon load of the suspension, the NEW ball-joint makes contact with the underbody of the frunk. Steering was WAY too responsive, and the car now steers itself with the slightest bump. Very scary to drive now. I bought these because I wanted to keep this car stock/OEM, but now I am returning these to get the High & Tight end links from elsewhere.

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