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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-09-2010, 01:00 AM Thread Starter
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Front Sway Bar Links Ripped Off.

My brother just replaced my strut mounts in the front and we couldnt get the stray bar links off so we ripped them off.

So is the car safe to drive the sway bar is just hanging there.

And how much are the sway bar links at GM?

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Out of all 87 of your threads that you have started, im pretty sure I have moved about 70 of them because you do NOT think about where to post them. Please take 5 seconds and think about where a thread belongs before you post it.



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So is the car safe to drive the sway bar is just hanging there.

And how much are the sway bar links at GM?
I would not drive the car with out them.

How much are they....Maybe try calling you local dealer for a price quote.




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Out of all 87 of your threads that you have started, im pretty sure I have moved about 70 of them because you do NOT think about where to post them. Please take 5 seconds and think about where a thread belongs before you post it.





I would not drive the car with out them.

How much are they....Maybe try calling you local dealer for a price quote.
Actually only 5 of them so far.
Just a little hard on the weekend. lol
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Actually only 5 of them so far.
Just a little hard on the weekend. lol
Dude...seriously...enough
This is about that. I was just stating a point. And the other mods will tell you the same exact thing.


Back to the point of your thread...
Call you local auto parts store...most of them should carry them or at least be able to order them.





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Just to make sure this is it. Even though I am 99.9% it is lol.

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ya...that would be your end link.




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had mine replaced for about 80 bucks but i guess it depends on the dealer


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you ripped them off?? lol Why didnt you just unbolt it after letting it soak a bit in some stuff to break it loose. You have to clamp it from behind when unbolting to prevent it from spinning.
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you ripped them off?? lol Why didnt you just unbolt it after letting it soak a bit in some stuff to break it loose. You have to clamp it from behind when unbolting to prevent it from spinning.
You read my mind. I was thinking wtf, why the hell did you rip it off.
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Guys, guys, be easy on this person. Some people are not meant to turn wrenches. I personally work with about 300 or so of them on a daily basis, and they are "professionally" trained and have federal licenses to work on aircraft. Still does not mean they should turn a wrench though.



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