Sway Bar Link
Body roll. Sounds like a funky new dance move, right? It's actually the incident when your vehicle tips over to one side while you corner. You know that you're experiencing exceptionally bad body roll when the trees and the rest of the road appear slanted each time you turn, and you feel the heavy weight of gravity pulling you left or right; or when two of your wheels actually leave the ground and your vehicle lands on its side. To avoid experiencing the latter, inspect your sway bar for signs of damage now. If it is damaged, it's time to invest in a great Sway Bar Link Kit as soon as possible.
The sway bar link is an important part of your suspension system. It works with your vehicle's sway bar to further strengthen your suspension and prevent body roll. Hence, tipping or leaning of your car's body each time you turn or corner is also prevented. Each Sway Bar Link Kit is usually equipped with direct-fit, OE replacement components that include metal bearings to withstand heavy loads without deforming; gusher bearings that help lubricate the sway bar for added durability; and wrench flats used with sockets for faster part installation or mounting.
With sway bar link kits, you can keep your car's wheels connected to your suspension's torsion spring and short lever arms. It's a great investment that's sure to fortify your sway bar while giving you years of excellent service.