I finally got around to making some endlinks. As most superlift owners know, the crappy ball joints on the superlift links fail qite regularly and it causes them to make a clunk whenever a bump is hit.
Total cost was about $20. parts:
2 20" long grade 8 threaded rod in 7/16" (1/2" is better but 7/16" is all I could find in grade 8 and thats the same as the superlift links and bigger than stock)
Some Energy Suspension swaybar endlink bushings from Autozone (8 of them and it included the dished washers)
Cheap metal pipe from Home Depot
2 stover nuts and 2 nylock nuts.
Cut down the rod to the same length as the superlift links Forgot how long... you can easily figure that out)
The pipe length is 10 3/4" to allow the bushings to fit and keep the swaybar level
Slid the bushings and washers on, hooked it up to the swaybar, and thats it. Drives exactly the same as before minus that annoying clunk!
Im not sure if the pipe is gonna rust or not, i might end up painting it.