I called BWoody back today but Mike was not there... spoke to someone else who without even seeing pictures is saying that it was due to them not being lubed properly and that I will be charged for the replacement bushings. This is absolute BS as they were lubed up like crazy just before install which was only a few months ago.
If they need to be re-lubed that often (ie. every 2 months??) there is no way they will be staying on the Jeep. This must be an extremely common issue with the sway bar links not only on the WK2 but many other Jeep platforms because both people I spoke to knew exactly what I was talking about before even giving details or providing pictures.
Funny thing about this whole ordeal is that the instructions I recieved directly from BWoody do not even mention lubing the bushings prior to install - I had found this info myself online. If the way they are lubed is so vital why not tell people that both on your website and in the instructions?? Pretty shady in my opinion. They also don't let you know that you need to drill out the rears - had to find that online myself as well.
I am less than impressed with the service I have received (Right from time of ordering) on the links and am starting to feel foolish for posting such a positive review and recommending these to others. Yea they make the Jeep feel great for two months... then they fall apart. Essentially now they are telling me I need to purchase new bushings, do a complete removal of the links, and then re-install once the new links are in. Sounds like fun
I am going to email the info to Mike to give them one last chance to make this right. If that does not happen the links are coming out and I will be going on a personal mission to let everyone on any Jeep forum and subforum I can find know about how well the links work... as $200 paper weights.