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Old 08/30/2010, 06:53 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by scarr View Post
i just noticed this:

i would like to recommend mentioning the Moog endlinks as a very recommended upgrade. they are about twice as thick (i would think that is pretty beneficial on those foot long monsters we use up front), are easier to install/remove (no stripped out allen wrench crap, just a socket and a regular wrench), and have grease fittings, for easy maintenance. they are more expensive, but not to point of breaking the bank. (well maybe for some people...)
I would also like to add to this as another option. The sti front end links from pre 08 models fit on the rear if our cars
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