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Old 07-30-2014, 06:35 PM
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Since I have the SRT end links, should I use them? I'm going to install the springs and SRT Bilstein's in the next couple weeks and then start shopping for the sway bars when I can siphon some more $$$ from the warden (aka wife). I appreciate your input big time Strongjeff!

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Re: Srt swaybar to limited

You will also need new mounting brackets from a 07 or newer WK and bushings for the front swaybar (with the groove in the center). While SRT bars make it turn corners better, they do make the ride harsher over bumps and a bit bouncy on HWY versus stock bars. Stock endlinks are fine, but if yours have more than 40k on them, I wold not re use them as the mounting holes will be gouged out.
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Re: Srt swaybar to limited

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You will also need new mounting brackets from a 07 or newer WK and bushings for the front swaybar (with the groove in the center). While SRT bars make it turn corners better, they do make the ride harsher over bumps and a bit bouncy on HWY versus stock bars. Stock endlinks are fine, but if yours have more than 40k on them, I wold not re use them as the mounting holes will be gouged out.


I'll add the bushings and mounting brackets to the shopping list. Appreciate the input!


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You will also need new mounting brackets from a 07 or newer WK and bushings for the front swaybar (with the groove in the center). While SRT bars make it turn corners better, they do make the ride harsher over bumps and a bit bouncy on HWY versus stock bars. Stock endlinks are fine, but if yours have more than 40k on them, I wold not re use them as the mounting holes will be gouged out.
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