Q: Will these work on a truck with stock ride height? If not do you make something for them. I have a 2001 ram 2500 4x4. Thanks

Asked by: Shawn Teeters - 9/8/2016
A: No, they are too long to work on stock height trucks. The links can't be made any shorter because of the threads on the heims, and the height of the bracket that connects to the sway bar. The only option for a stock height truck is to run our torsion sway bar, which has these end links included, but it doesn't require the conversion bracket on top of the end links. So that saves a couple of inches of overall height. The torsion sway bar improves the ride quality dramatically.
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Q: Do these links utilize the stock sized mounting hardware? (No drilling out holes on axle mounts?)

Asked by: JASON KLUG - 1/5/2019
A: The hardware is the same size as the factory hardware, so they should just bolt right up. Sometimes you have to chase the holes with a drill bit to clean them up. There are some variances in sway bar axle tabs so we just made the bolts to fit the larger size. If you need to clearance the axle tabs, use a 9/16" drill bit.
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Q: do you sell the top heim joint inserts? my truck has the fabtech bracket, so if I put the same top heim joint inserts and hardware on the bottom it will bolt right up to the bracket.

Asked by: richard domingo - 6/1/2019
A: We can, but we'll need to make the end links a little shorter to compensate for that. Just give us a call when you are ready to order and we'll get you what you need.
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Q: Will this work on a truck with a 2.5 in level kit.

Asked by: Benjiman Wagoner - 10/19/2019
A: Yes, they work great with a 2.5" lift. A 2.5" lift is the same as a 2.5" leveling kit, they both raise the front suspension 2.5". The only difference is a leveling kit doesn't lift the rear of the truck, but that has no affect on the front suspension height or what length sway bar end links you need. Anything lower than 2" will not work because the end links cannot be made any shorter than they are. Hope that helps.
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