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Old 04-26-2014, 11:15 PM #1
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Longer sway bar links?

I'm putting in a Toytec Boss lift soon on my 02 Sport. I've seen some threads talking about installing longer end links from s 1st or 2nd Gen. I'm not sure if this is something I should do since I want to replace them anyway. I'm fairly new to 3rd Gens and T4Rs overall. I had a Suzuki Grand Vitara before which I lifted with OME suspension and the sway bar didn't fit. I ended up leaving it off. Longer links would've made a perfect fit but there were no options. I wonder if I'm going to run into the same trouble when I lift my 4Runner. This time I'd like to keep my sway bar just because I like to go fast on ramps :d
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I'm putting in a Toytec Boss lift soon on my 02 Sport. I've seen some threads talking about installing longer end links from s 1st or 2nd Gen. I'm not sure if this is something I should do since I want to replace them anyway. I'm fairly new to 3rd Gens and T4Rs overall. I had a Suzuki Grand Vitara before which I lifted with OME suspension and the sway bar didn't fit. I ended up leaving it off. Longer links would've made a perfect fit but there were no options. I wonder if I'm going to run into the same trouble when I lift my 4Runner. This time I'd like to keep my sway bar just because I like to go fast on ramps :d
I do sell some really nice links. There's a group buy going on right now, just started a couple days ago. A chance to save some money if you interested.

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I lifted my 3rd gen and ran into the same problem. I have the tundra lift up front and dont commute very far for work so I removed my front sway bar. I looked at the rear and it definitely needs longer links. Looking at my front links and comparing to the rears, I think you can replace them with the fronts to the rears with very little drilling. It would level out the sway bar and in the future I would just buy new front links if I ever want to put my front sway bar back on.
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