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So the time has come to replace the endlinks on my 05 XT. Should I go aftermarket "performance" or just get new OE endlinks? Current suspension setup is King springs and GR-2s.
 

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There are plenty of good aftermarket links that are stronger than the OE for about the same cost.
 

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Or you can save your money and go with MOOG end links. They are stronger then OEM but are similar to OEM design.

The ball and socket are larger and stronger, the rod between the stocks is thicker and the shaft is designed to allow for a wrench to hold it in place instead of an Allen wrench.

RockAuto has them for a great price and if you search there is typically a 5% discount code.
 

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Thanks guys
 

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The MOOG are great, they also have grease fittings so you can grease them during oil changes. However if you don't, you can't expect them to last.
 
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