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 35mm Swaybar Endlinks - Reg or Poly? 
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On a stiffer bar should i only use poly bushings or would reg be fine?

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poly

It wont be any stiffer than a smaller sway bar if the softer endlinks are giving in. Blue moog polys IMO.


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Daz wrote:
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It wont be any stiffer than a smaller sway bar if the softer endlinks are giving in. Blue moog polys IMO.


Poly its the same price.

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Daz wrote:
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It wont be any stiffer than a smaller sway bar if the softer endlinks are giving in. Blue moog polys IMO.


Yup. I got my polys from TDS. :D

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Poly no doubt.

If you want to get them locally, performance improvements can order you in (if its not already in stock) Energy Suspension poly links.

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Reason why i was asking if i needed poly was at first i couldnt find that Energy Suspension carried a 35mm bushing and figured id have to go BMR for the bushings and it would cost a stupid amount to get them here. Now that i just found out they do carry the right bushing i can order locally and shouldnt cost to much for them and the endlinks both in poly.

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check suspension techniques. i know their sway bar kit for f-bodies includes a front 35mm


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