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    Endlinks and Sway Bar Bushings Help Please

    I have a 93 Eldorado Sport Coupe first of all. I'm replacing the struts all the way around and I want to redo the bushings and endlinks with polyurethane pieces. Does anyone know the front and rear diameter of the sway bar for the bushings and the distance between the stabalizer bar and control arm (A below) so that I can get the appropriate endlinks? Thanks...


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    Re: Endlinks and Sway Bar Bushings Help Please

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisngrod
    I have a 93 Eldorado Sport Coupe first of all. I'm replacing the struts all the way around and I want to redo the bushings and endlinks with polyurethane pieces. Does anyone know the front and rear diameter of the sway bar for the bushings and the distance between the stabalizer bar and control arm (A below) so that I can get the appropriate endlinks? Thanks...

    The dealer can give you that bar diameters, and any parts store can sell you the link kits.

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    If you have to pull it all apart anyway. Break out the tape measure and measure them yourself. It'll probablly save you a lot of hassle and a couple bucks off your phone bill. Call me jaded but I've had bad experience with the guys at the parts counters when it comes to stuff like that. Sometimes you're better off doing the grunt work yourself and going in saying, "Give me this."

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