REAR STABALIZER LINKS

Brakes, Steering & Suspension

  1. 72satteldog

    72satteldog Well-Known Member

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    Need some help my fellow Mopar Heads, I am having a hell of a time finding rear stabilizer links for my 72 sebring plus. Factory stabilizer bar, and all I find is aftermarket bar and setups which I don't want or their for the front which I don't need. Anybody run into this? I've hit all the main go to suspension and restoration sites with no luck, anybody?
     
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    Just match up a front set that is close to the same length. That's what I did on my 73 Challenger. They look different but work fine.
    Doug
     
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    72satteldog Well-Known Member

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    no, they are different than a standard looking link. i'll see if I can load a picture. heres a picture. they're part link and part bushing

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    As was mentioned find a set of links off the front sway bar of a 73+ BBody and use them, they are very close to the same length of the rear, plus the sway bar bushing is easier to reassemble or replace as the link is bolted together not welded like the original link.

    This is the only pic of my set up on hand but when I get home I can take better ones if you need em

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    72satteldog Well-Known Member

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    I gotcha, but I really would like to find the factory links, appreciate the info though.:thumbsup:
     
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      Kernel Sanders Well-Known Member

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      I really don't think you'll find new factory looking ones. you can repair the ones you pictured by finding some long bolts with the same thread and size, cut the heads off and re-weld them to the links you have.

      I have an original and a re-welded one I wont be using if your interested in them. Will take pix when I get home and post em here.
       
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      here are the original links I will not be using and removing from this bar

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      Good looking set of front links and the type I'd rather use but OP is looking for new rears.
       
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      Well took em all off the bar last night.

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      The original pins are a little beaten but usable
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      And there are the ones I'm going to be using... well after cleaning em up and painting them. Going to be modifying the 73+ plates like I did the other pair for ISO delete.

      Not using these bushings I don't think and the bar end bushings will be aftermarket as originals are impossible to find.

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      .... but you CANT get these new

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