Once again, these are generic parts. They are adjustable and so can be used on just about anything that uses this design. Search ebay and you'll see the same things listed for many different types of cars.
My GRP's after 1 year.They are direct OEM replacements and are made specific for each wheel. 4 different part numbers. They are also made really really well... So well that they'll even work with my H&R springs installed and on the stiffest setting of the Progress RSB without making any noise or coming loose after getting thrown around.
Also, they are much stronger than the OEM end links (like twice as thick with a better designed ball joint and housing), they are not too expensive and can handle a ton more stress than the OEM's can. Super easy to work with and install too... compared to the adjustable end links.
Their marketing slogan is the "Problem Solver", to give you an idea of what I'm talking about.
They also are powder coated, which may be a big plus for you in Canada. Should resist corrosion a lot better than the direct metal GRP ones.
I keep a set as backups, just in case I ever need them again.
make it into a YouTube video and copy/paste the linkCan’t seem to upload the video on here because it’s too big? It’s only less then a minute long...uhgg this banging and clanking noise is really bothering me and it feels like something’s about to fall off the car.
Adjustable Sway Bars End Links. G-R-P HD Adjustable Sway Bar End Link Kits for lowering. With 3 different adapter lengths, this sway bar link kit will accommodate your fine tuning (wishes or needs) for your adjustable and your OEM suspension system.www.ebay.com
Awesome thx guys I’ll be ordering a set now.I have them installed front and rear on my car and they work fine.
Only issue I've had is due to the rear sway bar being slightly off centered, which causes one of the top nuts on the end link to loosen and start rattling. It's pretty easy to re-center the bar and retighten things though.