Skyjacker Sway Bar End Links Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
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Lifting your rig means big changes to your undercarriage. Pitman arms get moved around, springs take up more space and new gear fills in all the nooks and crannies. Unfortunately, this can crowd out your anti-sway bar—unless you adjust its mounting location. Skyjacker’s End Links are custom-engineered to drop your sway bar down to the perfect location.
Unlike lowering brackets, Skyjacker End Links modify your sway bar, not just how it fits onto your vehicle. That way, you get maximum anti-roll and sway control for better, safer handling on smooth streets and rough trails alike.
Skyjacker uses only hard-wearing 4140H steel to craft your End Links. Each End Link is finished with a durable zinc coating to block rust, corrosion and oxidation. You also get new polyurethane bushings to replace worn factory rubber.
Installing your new Skyjacker End Links is a snap. They directly replace your stock end links with maybe some drilling or filing needed. Lifetime Warranty.
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by William S (Sandy, UT) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Apr 11, 2013 8:57 PM
These are great additions to my lifted FJ and allow better articulation with the rear sway bar. They are very different than the pic. They are bare metal with quality red bushings. I painted mine to protect the bare metal. They took about 20 minutes to install.
Reviewed by R.Scott B (keene, NH) Reviewed for a 1993 Ford Explorer — Oct 06, 2012 7:45 PM
Hi Everybody, I have a 93 Ford Explorer with a six inch suspension lift and three inch body lift on 36" tires and these skyjacker end links put the truck back in my control and not the roads.
Reviewed by Henry Y (Fort Scott, KS) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Feb 25, 2012 3:15 AM
I installed these links on my FJ Cruiser when I installed my 3.5" lift springs.They did not limit the travel like the stock links I have more droop. The links are beefy and fit right on good stuff.
Reviewed by rebecca b (OLYMPIA, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-250 — Nov 25, 2010 9:15 PM
I expected adjustable endlinks more like the picture. for an f-250 I guess you get more of the O.E. But longer. Once you get the new brushing to fit in to the new endlinks they install easy. Price was better than new links from the parts store. They came with no instructions, its self explanatory,but keep that in mind if you aren't confident.
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