92 Touring wagon Drop links

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scypher45
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92 Touring wagon Drop links

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Hello! I hope this forum is not too dead. I am in the process of showing my newly purchased touring wagon some TLC and I am undecided of what would be the right thing to do. My sway bar end link bushings are completely shot however I can't seem to find new bushings anywhere.

Is iot possible to still by the drop link style bushings anywhere?

From my research it seems that I can upgrade my lateral links in order to use the newer C style links however they would not seem to fit my sway bar. Is there any modification that I can do to make them fit? Beefy bushings? weld in washers? I have been trying to search the forum for specific answers so as not too post a redundant question however most of the posts are so old that it was still possible top buy the drop links.

I appreciate any help that I can get and I will start a build thread if anyone is interested in my project wagon.

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Re: 92 Touring wagon Drop links

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You might be able to find some polyurethane bushings that would work. Just have to measure yours and compare to what they have available.
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Re: 92 Touring wagon Drop links

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I have the same rear swaybar (a long out of production BC Whiteline bar) now with c-links as when I had droplinks. Worked without issue. I didn't notice any handling difference between the lateral link styles.
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scypher45
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Re: 92 Touring wagon Drop links

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Awesome, thank you. I will get the adjustable lateral links and update if I need to modify the sway bar or if it just works.

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Re: 92 Touring wagon Drop links

Post by scoobiedoo22 »

I have a set of Whiteline links made for our later links that I might be willing to sell. Message me if you're interested.
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