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Source for sway bar end links?
Installing an adjustable Dinan rear bar...

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Didn't the kit come with new links?

What's wrong with the OEM links? If you want adjustable ones, any adjustable links should work. Google it.
 

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Didn't the kit come with new links?

What's wrong with the OEM links? If you want adjustable ones, any adjustable links should work. Google it.
Adjustable links allow you to take out any preload in the swaybar as they are rarely perfect. Not any adjustable ones will work since they vary in OAL - anywhere from a few inches to a foot in length

Steve - the oem links are ball socket design which are good. I will take a look at mine and see if I have a viable alternative. 2 heim joints with the appropriate diameter shanks ought to work, they look like 10mm. I'll order one up and see if I can match it with an aftermarket one on the shelf.
 
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