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Old 05-17-2014, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default 91 front swaybar links

Just finished a rack replacement, found one original link snapped.
Question is, are the aftermarket units good enough, with long through bolt and spacer tube, or should I be trying to source the solid bar with retainer rings, threaded on each end?

No big rush...been broken for a while it seems, so another day.

I really thought we'd never see this thing on the road again.
Too many electrical/computer issues.

The code set for MAF sensor...wasn't.
Had a friend at a shop go through it, all sorts of deep oddball codes that never showed with my ancient Monitor 2000.
He had to call a friend at Ford.....computer.
Apparently when they throw codes that make no sense, it's the computer.
That part all works, son-in-law now has a job in his field, so we can get the little stuff done so he has a driver for work.

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Old 05-18-2014, 11:43 AM   #2
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buy the better branded ones with bolt and tube. You will be happier.
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