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Recently when looking under my car i noticed the drives side end link bracket (the part connecting sway bar to car) had broken. I couldn't find any for the car still being made. If anyone could tell me either where to get one or what other cars ones would fit that would be appreciated.
 

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Jaku front or rear Sir??

Energy suspension makes does a replacement for the rear...

Check Raptors website...I kinda recall a front link there maybe???
 

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Jaku front or rear Sir??

Energy suspension makes does a replacement for the rear...

Check Raptors website...I kinda recall a front link there maybe???
Rear sway bar, I should have specified. Maybe I'm thinking of the wrong part though? its a U shaped metal piece on the very end of the sway bar, rather than the bolt with bushings I saw on energy suspensions site.
 

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You need to fix the one you have or find another used one. It probably can just be welded back together. That part is unique to the car unless you find another car that is close enough. A lot of 90s Hondas have a similar looking end link.
 
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You need to fix the one you have or find another used one. It probably can just be welded back together. That part is unique to the car unless you find another car that is close enough. A lot of 90s Hondas have a similar looking end link.
Thanks, i noticed i could find bmw ones and jeep ones but wasnt sure if they would fit.
 

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You need to fix the one you have or find another used one. It probably can just be welded back together. That part is unique to the car unless you find another car that is close enough. A lot of 90s Hondas have a similar looking end link.
I ended up welding mine back on last summer. So far, I think it’s still in tact. It was surprisingly thin for the job it does.
 

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Jeep or Honda ones may work, if you are not afraid to modify them.
What is the diameter of the rear bar?
Greasable Sway Bar Bushings
greasable sway bar bushings

Sway Bar Diameter = A
small bracket greasable sway bar bushings
Part Number
large bracket greasable sway bar bushings
Part Number
7/16" / 11mm9.5151-
1/2" / 13mm9.5152-
9/16" / 14mm9.5153-
5/8" / 16mm9.5154-
11/16" / 17.5mm9.5155-
3/4" / 19mm9.5156-
13/16" / 20.5mm9.5157-
7/8" / 22mm9.5158-
23mm9.5159-
15/16" / 24mm9.5160-
1" / 25mm9.5161-
1-1/16" / 27mm9.51629.5169
28mm9.5163-
1-1/8"9.51649.5170
1-3/16"-9.5171
1-1/4" / 31.5mm9.51659.5172
32mm9.5166
Energy Suspension Univsersal Sway Bar Bushings (energysuspensionparts.com)
 

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Jeep or Honda ones may work, if you are not afraid to modify them.
What is the diameter of the rear bar?
Greasable Sway Bar Bushings
greasable sway bar bushings

Sway Bar Diameter = A
small bracket greasable sway bar bushings
Part Number
large bracket greasable sway bar bushings
Part Number
7/16" / 11mm9.5151-
1/2" / 13mm9.5152-
9/16" / 14mm9.5153-
5/8" / 16mm9.5154-
11/16" / 17.5mm9.5155-
3/4" / 19mm9.5156-
13/16" / 20.5mm9.5157-
7/8" / 22mm9.5158-
23mm9.5159-
15/16" / 24mm9.5160-
1" / 25mm9.5161-
1-1/16" / 27mm9.51629.5169
28mm9.5163-
1-1/8"9.51649.5170
1-3/16"-9.5171
1-1/4" / 31.5mm9.51659.5172
32mm9.5166
Energy Suspension Univsersal Sway Bar Bushings (energysuspensionparts.com)
I dont know the diameter of the sway bar but i know the end where it connects to the brackets is 1 inch across. what you have the list of here is bushings which is still usefull but not what I was looking for.
 
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