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rear sway bar end links 72 Q-code
#1
Guys,

Can someone please tell me how long the sway bar end links have to be on the rear for a 72 Q-code ??

I ordered some new parts from M.U. but i have 4 of the same size ( 2 for in the front and 2 for in the back ).
The rear one's should be a bit longer , right !! ??

I searched the internet for the answer , but can't find it.

Please help,

John
The Netherlands

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Mach1JB;26663 Wrote:Guys,

Can someone please tell me how long the sway bar end links have to be on the rear for a 72 Q-code ??

I ordered some new parts from M.U. but i have 4 of the same size ( 2 for in the front and 2 for in the back ).
The rear one's should be a bit longer , right !! ??

I searched the internet for the onswer , but can't find it.

Please help,

John
The Netherlands
John you need energy suspension part #9.8119g I have a brand new set sitting right in front of me..if you don't want to use the poly bushings just swap them out for regular ones

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#3
Rear ones are way longer than front
Don
Item #F-3949
70-73 REAR STABILIZER BAR END LINK KIT
22 piece rear sway bar end link kit. For cars with competition suspension option Price: $60.00

Ohio Mustang Supply
440-949-2556

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Mach1JB;26663 Wrote:Guys,

Can someone please tell me how long the sway bar end links have to be on the rear for a 72 Q-code ??

I ordered some new parts from M.U. but i have 4 of the same size ( 2 for in the front and 2 for in the back ).
The rear one's should be a bit longer , right !! ??

I searched the internet for the answer , but can't find it.

Please help,

John
The Netherlands
You can use the bushings from the front sway bar links and just purchase some good quality( grade 5 bolts) I will have to go to my shop and get the measurements for you. I can give you the length then.

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FastE;26697 Wrote:
Mach1JB;26663 Wrote:Guys,

Can someone please tell me how long the sway bar end links have to be on the rear for a 72 Q-code ??

I ordered some new parts from M.U. but i have 4 of the same size ( 2 for in the front and 2 for in the back ).
The rear one's should be a bit longer , right !! ??

I searched the internet for the answer , but can't find it.

Please help,

John
The Netherlands
You can use the bushings from the front sway bar links and just purchase some good quality( grade 5 bolts) I will have to go to my shop and get the measurements for you. I can give you the length then.

Just measured my bolts.They measure, 3/8 x 9 7/8" long. These are a grade 5 bolt. Hope that helps!

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If you are missing the spacers/sleeves they are approximately 5 5/16 inches long. I made new ones from steel tubing based on the originals that were corroded to the original bolt.

Chuck
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#7
Guys, thanks for the replys.

Because a had the front set twice , I used FastE's measurements to make 2 new bolts and 2 new sleeves.

Job done !! Wink


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#8
you could of saved a little time and purchased them from mustang plus for 25 dollars. i bought mine from him but now they are removed from the car because i added traction bars and i had to take out the mounting plate.
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