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There are actual pretty big benefits with front sway bar endlinks. You can adjust the preload on the bar to affect turn in response, however I wouldn't know too much about that.
Generally speaking, its just a good idea to have adjustable endlinks because when you lower your vehicle, the front sway bar is forced to stay at a different position. This happens because the OE front sway bar endlinks are at a fixed length, but aftermarket coilovers are not, especially if the coilovers are fully threaded as in they lower from the lower shock body. I hope this makes sense. These endlinks are also very beefy, I haven't checked, but I wouldn't be surprised to see people with slammed vehicles that have bent their front OE endlinks. Very common thing.
Very good mod for just $40.00 =]
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