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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-11-2010, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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Can I Use Sway Bar Links from Fe3 or Fe5 on Fe1 Suspension?

Can I use Sway bar links from fe3 or fe5 on fe1 suspension?

And if so what is the difference if any and would their be any gain other then cost?
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Fe1 sway bar endlinks are 12"

Fe5 sway bar endlinks are 10"

not sure about fe3

The FE5 would bolt up to the FE1 bar, but im not to sure how that would work out for ya.




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FE3 are 12" as well.

It would bolt up fine, and cause no issues, but the point of a shorter bar is that it transfers the force better, and with less flex = better response.

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