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I want to replace my front and rear sway bar end links. Trying to do my homework. What do you guys prefer? Let me know Thanks
 

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For the front - end links with captivated boots and grease fittings. For the rear - if you can find some, the articulated ones like the factory ones.

The front end links changed in 1993; I'll use those as an example, but if you have a 89-92 and haven't changed to 93-97 spindles, you'll have to use them JUST as an example.

Front I'd consider ProForged 11310071 ... check them out on RockAuto.

Rear? ProForged 11310150 . Both are listed as "Heavy Duty".

GOOD news - if you buy cheap crap, at least they won't have front end parts fall off when they fail.

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Motorcraft or AC Delco Professional grade. Be careful because AC Delco now has the “advantage” line too, which is cheap made in China ****. Also for sway bar links you definitely don’t want grease fittings. The greasable ones are not sealed as well as the non-greasable ones, and the fittings are difficult to get to, so the result is that they don’t get greased and they wear out faster.
 
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Those are what I used in front, but the boots on both split open after a year of use.
Good info. You mean the ACDelco, or the ProForged?

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I went with the AC Delco professional, they've been holding up well. There is an opening in the boot to release excess grease, which I thought was a defect at first. I ran MOOG before, those are way messy as far as grease and did not hold up well.
 
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