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Old 06-02-14, 12:41 PM   #1
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Default FIGS end links----making alot of squeaks after install

Got the Figs endlinks installed in the front and now my car squeaks everytime I turn the wheel left and right.

I am pretty annoyed and pissed...lol


I am in Richmond BC, looking for local people to meet with and get some help.

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Have you tried greasing your sway bar bushings?
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Will try that...
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You have to center it in a way to allow rotation. Look at it after load.
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You sound like you need some grease.
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Old 06-03-14, 04:23 PM   #6
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You have to center it in a way to allow rotation. Look at it after load.

What exactly do u mean....can u elaborate

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You sound like you need some grease.
Grease which part ?can u post some pics if possible
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Did you get the endlinks that are solid? Or is there a rubber boot on it?
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Did you get the endlinks that are solid? Or is there a rubber boot on it?

Bought them along time ago , it's the solid endlinks....I've been collecting parts for 2 years
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Greased them and it worked....thanks guys!
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cool. Glad it worked out for you
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