Adjustable End Links re-establish correct sway bar geometry on vehicles with suspension modifications. Correct sway bar geometry is imperative for safe and predictable handling at highway speeds, especially when towing or carrying a heavy load. In addition to improving sway bar performance, Adjustable End Links also eliminate contact between the sway bar and axle housing at full suspension droop on Wrangler TJ models. This irritating problem is rarely addressed by other suspension manufacturers. The adjustable design accommodates coil-sprung Wrangler models lifted up to 6". The ends of each End Link feature rolled threads for increased strength and fatigue resistance. Special zinc plating is applied to prevent corrosion and ensure long lasting protection.
Don't Remove Yours Until Your Read This!
A common misconception among Jeep owners is that the rear sway bar is unnecessary off-road and should be removed. This is not true however, as the rear sway bar is small and flexible enough to allow plenty of suspension articulation. More importantly, removal of the rear sway bar may sacrifice your Jeep's stability and safety at highway speeds. This may seem insignificant to those who never drive their vehicles on the road. But to the rest of us who rely on our Jeeps for transportation to and from the trail, the importance of the rear sway bar cannot be ignored