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I saw these before and are now available. Has anybody purchased and used this adjustable sway bar front link? I like the fact that one can adjust the pre-load.


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Source: Copy Right: Mustangs Unlimited 09/22/2014

Adjustable Polyurethane Sway Bar End Links, Pair for 1965-1973 Mustang & 1967-1973 Cougar.

This end link kit allows for quick secure adjustments of the sway bar allowing the amount of pre-load on the sway bar to be altered. Sway bar pre-load can be used to fine tune the amount of body roll in your suspension. The teflon lined rodbearing make steering response instantaneous.

Sold as a pair, use one pair per vehicle.

mustang7173 Big Grin
I have a rear bar setup that is similarly adjustable. Unfortunately the car isn't done yet to report on its function.
These front links will be a consideration for me. Even if they don't work, they sure look cool!
Thanks for the heads up.

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