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Best Aftermarket End Links for lowered IS300?

Hey guys. My buddy just lowered his is300 using coil overs. He quickly blew out his front sway bar bushings and end links.

I’m wondering what a good company is to buy sway bar endlinks from? I’m thinking they need to either be shorter then stock or even adjustable as the stock ones are bent and under a lot of stress.

I put on aftermarket Greasable Bushings on which seem to be working great by Energy. Just need to figure out the end links now.

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The only ones I know of are from Figs Engineering. Can't go wrong with those. I've had them myself before, but I went back to stock because I just didn't need them
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I run stock endlinks on my Hotchkis swaybars for the past two years. I've only had to replace the rears since I was getting a really bad squeak on the RR.

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if you go figs, make sure you keep them lubed.

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Thanks boys I will look into it
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moog, i took figs out and replaced them with moog... haven't looked back

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