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· makin territories
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This is just to provide instructions for installing the Complx front sway bar endlinks without having any issues afterwards.

here are the parts and tools required:
14mm open ended wrench
14mm deepwell socket and ratchet
torque wrench
....and a properly working brain

make certain that both endlinks are the same length between each other. it is recommended to shorten them 1 inch shorter than stock in order to preload the swaybar which is shown.

install the link and hardware

after fully installed your setup should look like this. if it does not then you are doing it wrong and give yourself the potential of breaking them later on. torque the hardware to 20ft/lbs and you should never have an issue considering you were provided a self locking nut

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