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Just a thought guys.

Sway bar's, the arms, and drop links are not that expensive. They come in stock and custom lengths that will fit our cars from several USA makers if you do a search. I think our rear is a stock length from what I remember.

Originally Posted by A930Rocket View Post what to do on the rear sway bar end links? Leave them stock or try to swap the bushings for urethane?
As noted above about RR:

Adjustable Sway Bar Drop Links For Factory Rear Sway Bars

For all 911, 930, 912 65-89 with 78-89 factory rear swaybar

If adjustable sway bars are out of your budget then these adj. drop links are great additions for
performance oriented cars, extracting the most from your stock bars.

Upgrade your stock rear swaybar with this simple bolt in replacement for the factory drop links.

Adjustable length to eliminate swaybar preload (very important).

Correctly sized, precision, Teflon-lined rod-ends for smooth and quiet operation, long life, and high
reliability. No wear and rattling problems, like those seen with other designs, due to undersized or low
quality rod ends.

Eliminates the factory compliant rubber drop link bushings for improved swaybar response.

Precisely connects the stock swaybar to the rear trailing arm.
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