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    Veteran Member Four Rings Racin2redline's Avatar
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    These failed on me in about 6months
    I wish there was a poly option.


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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings 034Motorsport's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Racin2redline View Post
    These failed on me in about 6months
    I wish there was a poly option.
    We're sorry to hear you're experiencing issues! They certainly should not fail after 6 months. If you email us at contact@034motorsport.com, we'd like to look into this for you and assist with a rebuild.

    Poly would not last long at all in this application, as it doesn't function in shear and would pack and wear in a very short period of time.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings Racin2redline's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 034Motorsport View Post
    We're sorry to hear you're experiencing issues! They certainly should not fail after 6 months. If you email us at contact@034motorsport.com, we'd like to look into this for you and assist with a rebuild.

    Poly would not last long at all in this application, as it doesn't function in shear and would pack and wear in a very short period of time.
    I'll send an email!

    I still have the front ones in , they definitely sharpened the handling up , that would be great to fix the back ones


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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings 034Motorsport's Avatar
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    Established Member Two Rings catriple's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Racin2redline View Post
    These failed on me in about 6months
    I wish there was a poly option.


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    Same thing happened to me. Terrible. Went back to OEM for 20$ per link. Not worth the $

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    Stage 3 Forum Advertiser Four Rings 034Motorsport's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by catriple View Post
    Same thing happened to me. Terrible. Went back to OEM for 20$ per link. Not worth the $
    We're sorry to hear this happened to you. Please email us at contact@034motorsport.com so we can look into this for you the same as we did for Racin2redline and assist with a rebuild. We are here to help.

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    Active Member Two Rings
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    How do they fail do the bearings fail or what. I just installed them front and rear and they seem very well built

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    Veteran Member Four Rings ChicagosPhantom's Avatar
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    03 Audi A6 2.7T factory 01E
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    Chicago IL

    034 did a good job on these, they're quality built, bit pricey...they do what they're advertised, you can definitely feel difference in handling with only these installed, pair them with aftermarket sways and you wouldn't believe that you're driving a C5 boat anymore.

    Issues with these are totally developing with users (such myself) that live in the area with a lot of snow. They're not designed to be bulletproof, salt and harsh chemicals they throw these days on the road aren't really friendly with spherical end links unfortunately. Sitting low and without protection they get eaten fast!

    I love my endlikns, they're still in good shape, but I haven't put miles as near as Catripel or Racin2Redline did on theirs.

    I expect them to reach same destiny as other two above. We'll see down the road what happens.

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