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Rear Stabilizer Bar Links - Where to Buy?

Rock Auto no longer carries a this part - only fronts. Anyone know of a compatible design from another brand or model of car, or where to get some?
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Any reason a set of front links wouldn't work on the rear?
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I too am curious about this, so if anyone has answers for X6 I'd appreciate it too

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AutoPartsWay has a listing for rear stabilizer bar links but they look to be bushings and not links; not sure what's up with that.

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I just get them from any local auto zone. They sell upgraded energy suspension ones that are a direct replacement for under $20 for the pair.

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No Autozone in Canada!

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I just found this today, dunno anything about the company/quality though:

IK9231 - Sway Bar Link Kit - Ingalls Engineering Co., Inc.

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No Autozone in Canada!
Man, every day i hear more and more reasons to not like your country. lol

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There's so many reasons to like Canada. Canadian Tire being one of them - it more than makes up for no Autozone. Also we have really great beer.

You can use the Energy Suspension universals, they're available on Amazon and eBay. Just make sure you get the correct size - this chart helps out. I'l going to measure my car according to their instructions - the suspension is probably not quite in the same place as it was new.
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