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    Adjustable rear endlinks with non-metal bushing

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    Do any exist for this platform? Seems like all the adjustable rear links have spherical bearings, which I don't want to bother with. It's unfortunate the Moogs aren't adjustable as that would probably be perfect for me. I was thinking about doing just endlinks first before doing the bar (in which case the Moogs would work fine) but now think I'll get the Eurocode sways and since it has 2 adjustment holes, I probably need (definitely prefer) endlinks that are adjustable in order to properly play with the settings. Would really rather not have to worry about the endlinks being a wear (often) item.
    2013 S4 MT

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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    Stock rear end links work fine with Eurocode rear swaybars. You might sacrafice a small amount of absolute stiffness vs meyal, but work great and no noise. Had the spherical units and failed within 1 yr. Trust me stock is fine for street and occassional track use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whts4 View Post
    Stock rear end links work fine with Eurocode rear swaybars. You might sacrafice a small amount of absolute stiffness vs meyal, but work great and no noise. Had the spherical units and failed within 1 yr. Trust me stock is fine for street and occassional track use.
    As in they can reach both holes in the bar without issue and not excessively preload the bar in the process? If you claim stock woks I'd rather use Moog, assuming they would also work.
    2013 S4 MT

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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    Yep they work. The bar simply rotates a little further but clears everything. Moog should be fine as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCoder View Post
    As in they can reach both holes in the bar without issue and not excessively preload the bar in the process? If you claim stock woks I'd rather use Moog, assuming they would also work.
    I used Moog endlinks (both front and rear) with my EC sways on my A4. It was a great combo. I'll be swapping them over to my S4 soon.
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    Great! Thanks guys.

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