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Old 05-01-2017, 09:07 AM
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Default VT sway bar links for GQ 2" lift questions?

Hi guys
Ive read that VT S11 and other commodore sway bar links work on a GQ with 2 lift.
Can anyone confirm if this is front, rear or both ends of the GQ?
Also, what do you think of this product:
https://www.onlineautoparts.com.au/products/Sway-Bar-Link-Kit-Poly-PolyTuff/ZPN-01669
or standard rubber:
https://www.onlineautoparts.com.au/products/Front-Sway-Bar-Link-Pin-%2B-Rubber-Bush-Kit-Sway-Bar-Link-BluPac/ZPN-20118
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I do believe a while ago I did get some sway bar links of a VT commodore, Some bits where the same as the patrol and fit, think from memory did modify them a bit with extended length. funny how the price of commodore spares even tho nearly identical to patrol stuff is less than half the price.
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Ive used them before, front only. They don't last.

Cut the factory ones in half, grab some 16mm rod, drill each end, insert factory bits and weld.

Factory rubbers and ball ends are the only things that last.

This is the cheapest way to get it done by far.
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