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OK, after lifting my truck it started making some popping and sqeaking noises.
I found it was the sway bar, and from what I read here its supposed to handle better offroad without them. So, I take them off and it rides great and plus no more noises.
When cornering the truck tends to lean a good bit plus, I had to do some more fender liner trimming since I was getting more articulation.

Here's the problem, the way I figure if the truck and tires are swaying more then there's a good chance my tires are going to wear out faster.

Question, can longer end links be added to compensate for the lift as to not get all that noise and a little more articulation? Because I did not really look at the PC lift until after it was installed, should it have come with longer end links? Maybe thats what I pulled off? dunno?
 

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kartman said:
Yes the PC kit should ahve come with longer links
thanks, maybe they're just crap then? It drives soo much better but I'd rather not kill these tires too fast.
 

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Get the PGR stainless steel endlinks. I was having issues with my Rancho provided endlinks. They rubbed the cv boots to the point of tearing them. PGR's cured that, plus they are build very durable.
 

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I beleive Burly is refering to the CST endlinks that can be purchased from Greg at PRG Products. Thats the way to go...
 

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thanks guys, I'll give Greg a call.
 

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I have the Bulletproof 12in lift and I noticed that my sway bar endlinks are hitting the spindles. Is it really safe to remove them? This shop near me says they can custom fab me some with a bend so it won't hit when I do full turns.
 
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