I end up adjusting the rear Konis every year, spring and fall. It's probably because the rear end is so light on my car.Yea, those are the Bilsteins, PN# 34-050224. I guess they not for the Cobras but in fact for Mitsubishi! For the longest time I thought that it was for the Cobras, LOL. I just had part numbers on those Bilsteins and didn't know they actually came from a Mitsubishi. IDK / IDC. As long as it's what has been known to work and are better than some soft OEM replacement is all I care about . I know once this is done, I won't have to worry about it for a long time, hopefully another 20yrs, LOL.
If you care about NVH, sure, why not. Its cheap enough. It will eliminate any noises from the spring moving against the bottom perch BUT with the weight of the car and the nut on top, the spring will always be under some form of tension.Will I be needing this for my front end?
That's what I was trying to think of; I remember arguing this with Tobey, lol.The front endlinks don’t matter when lowered, they are ball joint designs with plenty of room for articulation. The rears need to be level because they use bushings on both ends, and if the bar isn’t parallel with the ground the bushings will bind under suspension travel since they’d already loaded up at rest. The stock rear endlink design actually solves this by having a pivot at the bar, it doesn’t matter if the bar is level or not with those.