Kartboy Rear Endlink Install:
This was my first install that went as planned actually. I was hoping that I could do one... and then the other, but I did have to take both off at once to rotate the sway bar around a bit. I got these slightly discounted off of the super shifter group buy, so I thought I'd put them on the stock bar for now. It will be upgraded in a bit when I get more cash. Apparently sway bars are significantly more expensive than driveline bushings.
Make sure you keep the suspension loaded when doing this. I used my ramps, which I use whenever possible over jack stands. I feel more secure, and I feel its easier on the car.
I couldn't get them to line up perfectly vertical with the stock bar. You can see the best I could get in the pictures. I would be concerned about them not being vertical, but the bushings aren't being torqued funny at all, so I am okay with it. If anybody thinks I should fix them, I will just buy a sway bar this time.
Biggest problem was getting the bolt on the top on. Not much clearance back there, and the locking bolt that I got with the end links was not kidding around. That sucker was exhausting.
Only two pictures for this one.
Final product to view orientation on ramps:
...and a comparison shot. Note how the stock ones are spherical... These are not:
Back end seems to be better planted. Still rolls, but the tires seem to want to stick better. Hard to explain. Better. Not perfect still. A larger sway bar will help a lot. Overall, I was gonna do it anyhow, might as well enjoy it until I get the bars =)