Normal threading for me since I am going to do what was suggested and thread a male and femal together. The point of getting a left and right threaded ball link though is so if you have a rod with an adjustment you can twist the rod to change the length instead of having to take the whole thing off the car.What thread direction did you get? if it even matters.
If they ship tonight I may have them tomorrow (mcmaster warehouse on the west side of atlanta)Yup sounds good...Mcmaster ships pretty quick. Post up some pics when you get it done!
These? http://www.mcmaster.com/#6516k61/=2lol47 I bought these and they are very cheap. I didnt even use them cuz i thought the first bump i encounter that they would snap in halfGood news, bad news and excelent news
Bad news is I got my endlinks today and I should have gone one size larger (the size 808 bought) as the bolts are a touch too big to go through the eyelette so I don't want to use these for my front sway bar (for those who don't know rwd cars usually always have a larger front bar and a smaller rear bar, opposite that of fwd)
Good news is since the rear bar on my car is a twig (maybe 10-15mm bar at the most) I am just going to use these for my rear bar so they don't go to waste.
Excelent news and thise applies to everyone is I did some more research and I found some stuff that will allow you to have a smooth center rod as opposed to the threaded rod 808 used (sorry I think the smooth rod looks a whole lot better) I will let every one know how it works out as I am going to use it to build a camber link for my rx7
I only drive my 7 once a week or so, drove it about 60miles on monday for work, the front just feels a lot more responsive and not sluggish like it used to.Looking good man! I decided to take out the rubber o rings and use the washers instead. I recently started cycling to work for exercise so I haven't driven the car yet.
Shadow do you have any mor driving impressions for the endlinks you recently put on?