End Link length
So I've seen a thread before, not one here on a different forum that I can't find now. Basically it said that after you lower the car you might need shorter sway bar links to regain the correct geometry. The idea being that with stock length and lowered the sway bar will be pushed up a bit instead of perpendicular. I never gave it much thought until I was doing my brakes and noticed that my 1yr old end link bushings are now cracked/split and they make an annoying sound over bumps. Any thoughts?