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Old 10-02-2023, 09:58 PM #1
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Which Sway Bar Links Are You Using?

I found some older threads with info on this, but wanted to see if there were any updated opinions for the best set of Sway Bar Links for 4th gens.

I've read good things about these: Forged Ball Joint Sway Bar Links
– Overland Custom Design


Any other good options out there that you would recommend?
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None, I don't have sway bars.
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When I had my front swaybar, I used OCPTY from Amazon. With a part with a job so simple, I decided not to go crazy with the spending on them. I think I paid like $50 for 4 of them. Even on my last build, I used cheapo endlinks and never had issues with them.
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3rd gen end links at the rear and normal links at the front.
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Front or rear or all? I made my own with some Hillman hardware, stainless steel all-thread and some Energy Suspension bushings and they've been terrific and adjustable a little bit...

From Energy Suspension:
Part Number: 9.8121
Product Name: Universal Sway Bar End Links 98121

Part Number: 9.8105
Product Name: Sway Bar End Link Grommets and Washers - 98105

From Hillman Group:
The Hillman Group 59655 3/8x1/2x1-1/2-Inch Seamless Steel Spacer

Amazon has all this stuff too...Find some 3/8" SS all thread and away you go! Some cutting and threading the parts on...easy to do and a fraction of what you could spend...
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I made my own sliding disconnects for the front. They are OK, not great. The gain from them is mainly a smoother ride off road. Can't say I'd recommend it unless your looking for a project.

During the winter, I have some basic Moog ones I put on the front. They work well enough.

For rears, I use Pathfinder endlinks. Beefier than stock, and longer, which helps compensate for my lift.
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2nd gen links in the rear, pull the front off.
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I have the Overland Custom Design sliding front disconnects and I absolutely love them. I've made my own links for the rear, similar to LOST4R

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