IF you're simply using the factory style end links, or similar others, just look to see which end is shorter to hook up first... then use same style bushing shims to try to equalize the gap on the longer-needed end-link. They most likely are not the same length.

For your purposes, you'll probably never notice any difference regardless of how you get them hooked up. But, maybe someday you'll want to improve the setup... as I'm suggesting.

I've used scales and can see the differences with how the end links are tightened.

Last edited by Mopar Mitch; 08/19/22 03:14 PM.

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