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dk pony David C
MT Carmel, TN, USA   USA
1972 Triumph TR6 "Melvin"
Should I be able to connect the sway bar end links with the suspension at full droop?

I bought the stock end links for the sway bar and they are a good 1 1/2 to 2 inches away from being able to connect to the sway bar. Moving the suspension I.E. adding weight to the front end moves the suspension up and I believe I could connect the sway bar then . Is this something that has to wait until he is back on the ground?

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Krom Paul K
San Rafael, CA, USA   USA
David- i believe the suspension needs to be at least partially loaded to connect the sway bar links to the bracket. PK

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BigChill Big Chill
Norwood, MA, USA   USA
I had to use a small jack to get my sway bar links into alignment.

Be well.



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'75 TR6 slowly coming back from the dead...

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