You can upgrade your
stock, fixed anti-sway bar endlinks to an adjustable set. The 1986-1988
anti-sway bar links is a one-piece cast steel unit with rubber bushings.
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The 1989-1991 anti-sway bar
link is one piece but use spherical ball joints in the ends to minimize
binding. Due to it's plastic construction, these flex under load, which is
undesirable.  Under extreme conditions (like racing on a track), these
plastic end links can break due to the extreme loads put on them during
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Racing Beat makes a
set of "Sway Bar End Links" which are fully adjustable. The links are
designed with two threaded ends with polyurethane bushings. The length is
adjusted by loosening the jam nuts and threading each end in or out.
Racing Beat part number "14200" priced at $63.00 per pair (for one anti-sway
sway bar - you need two pair to do both front and rear).