End links serve as a connection between your vehicle’s sway bar (anti-roll bar) and the vehicle’s suspension.
To understand why end links are so important, it is also important to understand how sway bars work. When your vehicle goes into a turn, grip from the tire to the road is lost due to the transfer of weight from one side of the vehicle to the other.
In short, the sway bar helps to decrease the amount of weight transfer, keeping a greater contact patch of the tire on the ground, increasing the grip & performance of the vehicle.
Whenever you change a vehicle’s ride height, the suspension geometry changes and in order to correct the angles that are changed, shortened or adjustable end links may be needed.
The end link below is adjustable which can be shortened or lengthened in order to correct the sway bar angle.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail.
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I ordered your classic adjustable coil over kit for a 2014 Mustang GT and I was wondering how to get the correct setting for the adjustable sway bar links? Also, how to adjust the rear springs to lower the rear? Thank you
Give us a call when you have a moment and we’d be happy to talk you through the endlink and rear spring adjustment. Our number to call is 801.365.1440.