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    Thank you all - - i mean it.

    I realize every problem ive been having has to do with the swaybar, i might take it out as well as the black brackets(endlink mounts) on my front coilovers.

    Today, my mechanic took it for a drive and after having it racked up he saw that a bushing had slid off on the swaybar and was causing the clunking. That is fixed now and all is ok. He suggested getting adjustable endlinks if i wish to keep the swaybar. I guess whiteline it is for adjustable front endlinks?




    pic of the bushing missing and the passenger, side how it should be.
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    I have Moog front endlinks and bushing. Your bushing are worn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoawwsome View Post
    I have Moog front endlinks and bushing. Your bushing are worn out.
    What difference do you feel with moog endlinks or aftermarket endlinks in general, compared to stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessefb6 View Post
    What difference do you feel with moog endlinks or aftermarket endlinks in general, compared to stock?
    I had adjustable rear endlinks from Progress swaybar kit and they suck. They were noisy and no matter how tight the endlinks were tighten, they would come loose.

    The Moog endlinks are much beefier and the bushings are also harder than OEM. I didn't notice a huge change, but the suspension felt tighter and more responsive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessefb6 View Post
    What difference do you feel with moog endlinks or aftermarket endlinks in general, compared to stock?
    I have the whiteline endlinks on the front of mine. No issues so far. I'm not super low on coilovers tho.
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    I was hoping youd say that the ride quality was improved a bit. My car is quite low and im hoping the adjustable endlinks will put an end to my fsb/endlinks issue im sorta having every 2weeks.

    When i rest my foot on my dead pedal i feel a bunch of rattling so much that i rather just rest my foot on the floor mat... i wonder if it’s because of how low i am and a 215/45 tire or once again maybe because of the endlinks being stock and for lack of a better term: flimsy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessefb6 View Post
    I was hoping youd say that the ride quality was improved a bit. My car is quite low and im hoping the adjustable endlinks will put an end to my fsb/endlinks issue im sorta having every 2weeks.

    When i rest my foot on my dead pedal i feel a bunch of rattling so much that i rather just rest my foot on the floor mat... i wonder if it’s because of how low i am and a 215/45 tire or once again maybe because of the endlinks being stock and for lack of a better term: flimsy?
    I couldn't tell a difference between the stock ones and the adjustable ones. I got the adjustable because the stock ones were popping at full lock down a hill. IMO you have an installer error issue. I'm running 215/45R17 with zero gap and don't have any issues.
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    Could it be that when i adjusted the front lower i should have done something more than just rotate the collars? ive been reading extensively about this subject (endlinks install / endlink mounts becoming loose) and im starting to wonder if i needed to do more than just jack it up, take the wheel off, rotate the two collars, n lower it back down 😕

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