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Driveworks Link Assembly

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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.

Product Features:
  • 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
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Grease Zerks Included:No

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DriveworksLink Assembly
 
2.0

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1.0

Nut Strips Easily

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from Stamford, CT

About Me Casual Driver

Pros

    Cons

    • Difficult To Install

    Best Uses

    • Replacement

    Comments about Driveworks Link Assembly:

    The way these work you have to use a wrench on one end and a socket on the nut at the same time. Once you start tightening, the nut does not come off, which is what it is designed to do. The problem is holding the wrench tight with one hand while screwing the nut with the socket in the other hand. You need so much force on the socket end that the nut on the wrench end easily strips. I was only able to tighten the nut halway before the wrench nut was completely stripped. The manager down at Adv. Auto tried it himself with the other end and encountered the same problem. Adv. Auto was kind enough to take it back. And I upgraded to the Moog. If you insist on trying this one I recommend the biggest wrench with a superb tight fit and a socket with a lot of leverage and have one person hold the wrench while the other person works the socket.

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    3.0

    Good OEM alternative

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    from Chicagoland

    About Me Auto Enthusiast

    Pros

    • Easy To Install
    • Improves Handling

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday Driving
      • Replacement

      Comments about Driveworks Link Assembly:

      A fairly priced OEM replacement. Description is incorrect: it does not have wrench flats at the base of the studs. In order to tighten, you must use an open-end/combination wrench with a hex head (Allen) wrench. The hex head wrench fits into the tip of the stud to prevent it from turning while you tighten the Nylon insert nut. Does not have grease fittings (which I have found to be more troble than they are worth in this application). Removal of rusted links can be challenging. sand blast or wire brush of threads followed by penetrating oil helps, as does filing flats into round base of stud to allow use of impact tools.

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      • Q:

        do these have grease fittings that need lubed periodically
        Asked on 7/1/2014 by clarke83

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          A:

          Hi Clarke83, good question! Yes, this sway bar link kit has grease fittings.

          Answered on 7/2/2014 by Vincent from AAP
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