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How many of you have installed solid heim joint sway bar links? Doesnt matter what brand i have UPR on the rear and SPEEDLOGIX on the front.

Ever since the install is get the weirdest groaning/creaking noises. Also have whiteline bushings on my factory 32mm bar.

I understand that noise is common on any car for these, but ide like to see who else if any also have this issue.

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I have Speedlogix front and rear. My car squeaks too but I also have poly bushings everywhere so I can't say it's from those specifically. Do you have yours adjusted so there's no bind and the bar is level with all the weight on the wheels?

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I have Speedlogix front and rear. My car squeaks too but I also have poly bushings everywhere so I can't say it's from those specifically. Do you have yours adjusted so there's no bind and the bar is level with all the weight on the wheels?

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To the best of my ability I n the driveway. Front wheels were on blocks to give me enough room so no not while torqued level on the ground
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To the best of my ability I n the driveway. Front wheels were on blocks to give me enough room so no not while torqued level on the ground
Yea as long as weight was on the suspension. I put mine up on 4 ramps when I adjusted mine. If you reach in there you should be able to twist the link and it'll move a little. If not it's bound on one side or the other.

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Completely normal. I used to hear mine too especially when jacking up and lowering it down.
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