bad Superlift sway bar end links.. what has everybody been doing about theirs...
Superlifted for about a year now
4.88's with 35's
About 10k on Superlift and New upper and lower Moog ball joints and tie rod ends.
So.. I had a occasional pop/clunk sound usually during very slow speeds, while backing up while turning out of a parking spot, and or going foward from a stop while the wheel turned mostly while hitting a speed bump or a bump at the same time.
Got under there to investigate.. Upper/Lower BJ's seemed tight. TRE's seemed tight. Unit Wheel bearings seemed fine. I DID notice the lower joint of one of my Superlift sway bar end links to be pretty loose. I am almost positive that is what has been causing that occasional clunk/pop. Now, I have heard from the start that the supplied Superlift end links are not of a good construction, very poory built and have a short life span... so.. not surprised here.
Question is, I know i am not the only one to have had issues with these.. I would like to know, what has everybody been doing as a solution to this? I do recall a guy on here making and selling some heavy duty ones(Keith? i think.. not sure) and i have heard of people just removing them and rolling around without. I would like to know if Summit, or any other place has a better designed set that people have been using that is compatible with 4in Suplerlift. I believe i read Zac B saying they should be 12'' from mounting point to mounting point, but recall i think.. Shane B saying more like 14 to 15'' for the sway bar to sit more comfortable. I really don't remember?.. Anyway.. I would love to hear what other people have been doing about theirs, and if they have found a better replacement.
Thanks alot guys