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05-17-2021 12:40 PM
SKALA308 This is one weird thread
05-17-2021 12:49 AM
2007laredowk I recently replaced mine but the boot was torn and the ball joint was exposed and crusty aka needing replacement, besides I upgraded to SRT ones.
05-14-2021 07:57 AM
Mainsail There's so much wrong here....

OP, you want to replace a perfectly good part (that really looks nothing like a shock absorber) because you want to prevent it from failing, even though the ones you have will last as long or longer than the rest of the vehicle? ��

Please tell me you understand torque and bolt stretch, and know what value to set your torque wrench when you tighten the bolts. I hope they come right off for you, and don't break....
05-07-2021 09:56 PM
GRAND420 The best way to learn is to just jump into **** lol
05-07-2021 05:27 PM
Vertisce21
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Originally Posted by underscore View Post
What makes you think it's going to fail?
For $30 he gets to pull out the old parts and see the rest of his suspension components under there. More than likely, he will find parts that actually need to be replaced.
05-07-2021 02:53 PM
underscore What makes you think it's going to fail?
05-06-2021 03:11 PM
lacostadr Parts already ordered ($30) for the pair.


I'd rather not have to deal with the old links failing at all............
05-06-2021 08:57 AM
Vertisce21
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Originally Posted by acabtp View Post
There is no reason to replace the pictured part
Agreed. It's perfectly fine. Replace it with a new one if you wish but it's just going to end up looking like that again in a couple years. If you really want to make it look nice, take it off, clean it off, paint it and put it back on.
05-06-2021 06:08 AM
acabtp There is no reason to replace the pictured part
05-06-2021 03:41 AM
WKjeepster
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Originally Posted by lacostadr View Post
Thanks so ;much for the info.
Is the job as simple as it looks?
Pretty much......
05-06-2021 03:21 AM
lacostadr Thanks so ;much for the info.


The links I have look rusted/old and I would like to replace them. Is the job as simple as it looks?
05-05-2021 07:59 PM
Rick_H Sway Bars Explained: What Do They Do & How Do They Work?
05-05-2021 07:13 PM
SteveROntario That's the sway-bar link. You need one on each end of the sway-bar.
05-05-2021 06:57 PM
lacostadr
What the hell is this......????

Discovered this behind my rear wheel it looks like a mini shock absorber..........what exactly is it called and what does it do???

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