thejazzcat Posted August 13, 2017 Share Posted August 13, 2017 So I went to go do my front swaybar endlinks on my 05 LGT using the Moog i.e. Replacement kit. I was putting them on and I noticed that Moog's part is the same for both the left and the right. As a result the grease fitting on the lower drivers side is crushed/pinned against the frame, blocking the grease fitting as well as putting unnatural pressure/ twisting on the upper part of the link... What gives? Based on the design I would think there would be a different part for each side, not one endlink design for both sides. Am I somehow missing something here? Should I abandon the moogs and get a different aftermarket brand? They are nice and beefy which is why I chose them but it seems the engineering is flawed. Thoughts? First time ever doing endlinks so be gentle if this is an ID10T error. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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