Quick Disconnect Sway Bar Endlinks

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It is sad to hear you pulled these. I am glad I purchased a set from 1st batch I had a feeling they might have a short run didn’t want to miss out. I finally got around to installing these yesterday build quality is excellent they are a little louder but I will adjust tension nut and see how that works out. Thanks again for making these too bad there wasn’t a higher demand ppl don’t understand the value I guess. Their loss

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Since you no longer build them, would you consider revealing where you purchased the parts/materials. I would have no problem building a set of my own and could research where to get stuff, but it would be nice to not have to do that. I want to build a set for a 6G Ranger and it may be a little different anyway.

I built a set for my 2002 FX4 that did not require removal when disconnected and could be reconnected on unlevel ground. They were kind of complex and required a lot of machining. My German machinist went back to Germany, and I don't want to spend the time designing and machining the parts myself for a 6G Ranger. Your design is the pin pull type which make reconnecting a little more difficult but is much less complex than my design.
 

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Since you no longer build them, would you consider revealing where you purchased the parts/materials. I would have no problem building a set of my own and could research where to get stuff, but it would be nice to not have to do that. I want to build a set for a 6G Ranger and it may be a little different anyway.

I built a set for my 2002 FX4 that did not require removal when disconnected and could be reconnected on unlevel ground. They were kind of complex and required a lot of machining. My German machinist went back to Germany, and I don't want to spend the time designing and machining the parts myself for a 6G Ranger. Your design is the pin pull type which make reconnecting a little more difficult but is much less complex than my design.
Ditto, please share the parts list and any things to consider when making these>
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