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Old 11-10-2019, 12:08 PM   #1
wrko
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UUC swaybar links - loosening and clicking

Hello all -- I've installed the UUC front and rear swaybarbarians with uuc adjustable links...following the recommendations of the detailed link on this board. I've come across a problem I don't believe was addressed - or if it was, I missed it.

The UUC front sway bar link center section keeps loosening and then sounds like a bad link (click/clack). It seems to stay tight for 60 miles or so, then right back to being loose enough to tighten by hand. I am not driving this car hard and am growing frustrated with this easy upgrade that I have done on other cars without issue.

What am I missing?

wrko

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Get rid of the adjustable links.
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