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Proper corner balancing requires a swaybar that does not impart any load on a chassis when static. Disconnecting the swaybar is a part of the process. The stock end links don't offer adjustability so when you reconnect them, the swaybar gets loaded. Many of you have probably experienced odd weight transfers during corner balancing. Our new V2linx are fully adjustable to insure the swaybar is NOT loaded, allowing you to achieve the perfect set-up.

Engineered by [email protected], these links are made from high quality components and produced for us in the good 'ole USA.

We've made a small batch of them initially and have stock now.

Order them: HERE



Note the trick conical spacers - more strength + no bind

 

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Nice idea!
 

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Do your endlinks work on the same principle as BWR's?
Are yours different from BWR's?
-Robert

p.s. got the tailhook, thanks
 
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