Can Am X3 Front Sway Bar Link Kit - 64" Models
If you are looking to upgrade your sway bar links, look no further! Shock Therapy's Adjustable Sway bar links use the BIGGEST ROD ENDS on the market! We utilize a 5/8" rod end that is teflon-infused to give you the most miles out of your sway bar links! No one else in the UTV industry is using these 5/8ths rod ends! These are not only going to be the most durable sway bar links on the market, but the black anodizing and the 7075 billet aluminum will stand out anywhere!
Features & Benefits:
- LARGEST & LONGEST LASTING ROD ENDS ON THE MARKET! (compared to 12 MM or 1/2")
- Anodized black for
- CO2 laser engraved
- Made out of 7075 billet aluminum
- Adjustable lengths
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Service and packaging was the best I've seen in a while. I haven't installed these yet but I will send a review when complete.
Fits like a glove and very high quality, only reason i leave a 4star os cause no instructions,i have to search for videos on thier site and pause go back and forth the video on the part of the heim spacers .positions, throwing a simple picture or drawing in the package is not that hard
Quality product, haven't installed it yet but looks good feels solid
New links look great and easy to install. Can't wait to hit the trails.
Great HD links. No more popping sound in the front. Keeps the “car” flatter when cornering, which I was skeptical of. It actually helps out the front end a lot.
The setup by Shock Therapy is great. This product enhances the overall protection os something going wrong through normal driving conditions and rough back country mountain roads.
It would help if there were instructions in the box for the exact parts that you order. The instruction video (s) were very helpful but showed a couple of spacers that weren't in the parts bag leaving me to guess where they went. Replacing the links on the older X3's is not a 1 hour job. Drilling the holes took a lot of time due to the steel being a very hardened steel. I also found it necessary to remove the front tires to allow more room for the drill and bit and also the torque wrench. Overall I'm very pleased with the links. Extremely beefy! Keep making the videos and educating all of us in the sport! Thanks Guys!